Project managers, like many technical leaders, have been taught to come up with the “right” answer. Our skills of evaluation, organization, and planning are highly valued. Yet, to find the “best” answer, we often need to find creative solutions that blend options to produce unique outcomes.
In this session, you will learn three different tools for creativity. Project managers can use these tools to build stakeholder buy-in and throughout the stages and life cycles of a project. These creativity tools can be used independently or in your project teams for trouble-shooting and implementing alternate approaches before, during, and after project execution.