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Kreativität

  • Gregor Hohpe
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Zusammenfassung

Kreativität hebt insbesondere dann Potenziale, wenn im Facts-Bereich Probleme auftreten, die einer kreativen Lösung bedürfen. Dazu ist es notwendig, das Problem und sämtliche Handlungsoptionen vor dem Hintergrund aller bisherigen Erfahrungen und Kontextfaktoren zu reflektieren. Dies geschieht durch das Fantasy-System, weshalb Kreativität in erster Linie diesem Bereich zuzuordnen ist (Abb. 7.1).

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