- Arul V
- Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire
- United Kingdom
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Do we really need to think “Outside the Box"?
The research evidence suggests that thinking outside the box fails to produce the expected creative solution. And far from being a hindrance, past experience and training can actually be the key to creative problem-solving.
Thinking Outside the Box is nothing but too much information sends to the brain.
Constraint is directly proportional to the Information.
We can’t really make any accurate decision when we have gathered too much information against the problem.
Think "Inside the Box" is always best way to solve the problem - http://triz.co.uk