Creativity at Work: Theories and Practices
Course CodeMO 463
- Winter 23
Prerequisites(BBA Junior or Senior) or BusAd Minor or MM Master of Management
Creativity at Work: Theories and Practices --- This course is designed to introduce the student to the practices necessary to stimulate and manage creativity in a business. Students will be given frameworks and methods for designing, developing, and implementing creativity in real work situations. The aim of the course is to provide students with the perspective and skill base necessary to manage creative projects, people and ventures.
Each class will consist of two basic components: 1) a theatrical framework, and 2) a methodology or tool. Each segment of the course is designed to engage the student in a conceptual and experiential application of creativity practices that will be applied to a real challenge.