Creativity implies an ability to produce original and new ideas. More than this, creativity is the ability to create options where others see none and to rethink current paradigms where others see no need to do so. This ability directly implies the breaking of collectively accepted rules and norms; be it rules of art, rules of science, or general rules of thinking. Others often see creative people as rebellious and weird, but once their ideas are accepted, they are labelled as ingenious. In neurological terms, creativity is the ability to break with established neuro associations by creating new and sometimes unconventional neurological patterns. In orgtology, we advocate that creativity is one of two prerequisites to innovation. The other prerequisite is judgment. Even the most creative people on the planet must make definite decisions within their creative process, otherwise they will never complete that with which they are busy. Therefore, it is not possible for creative thinking to produce anything without judgment.
Creative may refer to: Creativity, phenomenon whereby something new and valuable is created. "Creative" (song), a 2008 song by Leon Jackson Creative class, a proposed socioeconomic class Creative destruction, an economic term Creative director, an occupation Creative industries, exchange of finance for rights in intellectual properties Creative nonfiction, a literary genre Creative writing, an original, non-technical writing or composition Creative Commons, an organization that deals with public copyright issues Creative Labs, a brand owned by Creative Technology Creative Technology, Singapore-based manufacturer of computer products.
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