Implementation > How to turn ideas into viable solutions through genuine acceptance

This course provides an in-depth analysis of the Creative Problem Solving (CPS) thinking skills model. The focus is on implementation: exploring acceptance and formulating plans.

20 Hours

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    This course is designed to provide participants with the tools and techniques to lead sessions in transforming big solutions into real solutions to support and drive creative change.


    20 hours


    By participating in this workshop, participants will gain: 

    • The value of contextual thinking in promoting change;
    • The main divergent and convergent tools for exploring acceptance;
    • The power of tactical thinking in supporting leadership development;
    • The main divergent and convergent tools for plan formulation;
    • Affective skills for each stage.


    All creative studio workshops are highly interactive and contain both individual and group activities. 

    The participants' presence, participation and involvement are considered an essential part of the creative learning process. Therefore, the evaluation at this stage is based on the ability to apply it to real personal and business challenges.

    Participants should come to this course with a clear and well-defined situation on which to generate ideas based on the previous module.


    MSc Luciano Boccucci and/or other MSc (with the same Master of Science- ICSC)


    This programme is closely linked to NSE's mission. We focus on developing creative leadership based solely on customer needs.

    For years, NSE has been training professionals to facilitate and guide creative change processes, supporting organisations and leaders to discover a new approach to thinking and acting.

    Our programmes develop creative thinking processes by combining creative leadership practices with the most powerful coaching tools.


    At the end of the workshop, participants will receive a certificate of attendance (Statement of Accomplishment).

    The programme is recognised by the International Center for Studies in Creativity, SUNY, Buffalo, New York.


    Recommended reading: 

    • Puccio, G., Mance M., Murdock M. C. (2013). Creative Leadership. Franco Angeli.
    • Puccio, G., Mance M., Switalski Barbero L., Reali P. (2012). Creativity on the rise. Creative thinking and creative problem solving in the 21st century. ICSC Press, Buffalo, NY, USA.

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