42 Useful Theories of Creativity
John Spacey, February 14, 2020
Creativity theory is a set of models and concepts for explaining creativity, the act of creating something non-obvious that is unusually valuable. Creativity typically stems from individuals or small groups working in a state of competitive collaboration. It is often attributed to a unique mind, method, insight or worldview that allows the creative to step beyond what exists to invent new value. The following are useful theories that can be used to explain or attempt to generate creativity.
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