It is not uncommon for groups using creative problem solving tools to get stuck. After an initial rush of ideas, it can be difficult to get beyond those ideas and generate more, or be radical in their thinking.
This is the story of how a clinical services team dramatically improved their service and effectiveness in the city, using creative problem solving tools and techniques.
We think it’s a pivotal time. What’s been growing is a global confluence of three things: the need for ideas, the motivation to learn idea-development skills plus the opportunities to apply them.