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Creative Styles—Adaptors and Innovators

Lecture no. 3 from the course: The Creative Thinker's Toolkit

Creative Styles—Adaptors and Innovators

Taught by Professor Gerard Puccio | 30 min | Categories: The Great Courses Plus Online Professional Development Courses

Using examples of real-life creative icons, investigate two major “styles” of creativity exemplified by Norman Rockwell and Pablo Picasso. The first: adaptors, who are precise, reliable, and detail oriented. The second: innovators, who approach problems from novel angles. Where do you fall on the adaptor-innovator style spectrum? Why is it so important to be flexible?

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