Old Dogs, Young Pups, and New Tricks: Teaching Creativity to Undergraduates versus Graduate Student, Scott Browne

The areas of innovation and creativity draw upon multiple disciplines outside of business research, yet its most promising application is in business research and training.

In this paper, the authors review creativity and innovation literature and discuss how traditional undergraduate students' learning styles in these areas are far different from those of older, more experienced students. Several suggestions and applications of creativity and innovation exercises are suggested, along with evidence from undergrad and grad classroom experience.

 

 

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