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11 The basic cross-disciplinary behavior skills within applied creativity (CPS) process models (diverge, converge, deferral of judgment), have not significantly changed since they were first identified in the 1950s by Dr. JP Guilford, Dr. Sid Parnes and other applied creativity pioneers. The identification and integration of those behaviors into process has been part of the public domain for decades. Today, those behaviors appear and are taught as integral parts of numerous thinking systems. What is common across many process configurations are those underlying behaviors.

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Innovation Methods Mapping

Innovation Methods Mapping