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Medium.com’s Steps2Leap mentions Thinking in New Boxes in Recent Blog

Blogger Steps2Leap explains Thinking in New Boxes’ principle of using doubt as a springboard for creativity.  He encourages readers to tap into their inner child-scientists and use doubt in their thinking process.  By applying the ideas illustrated in Thinking in New Boxes, Steps2Leap believes adults can reach better solutions to problems and discover new insights. […]

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Medium.com’s Steps2Leap mentions Thinking in New Boxes in Recent Blog

Blogger Steps2Leap explains Thinking in New Boxes’ principle of using doubt as a springboard for creativity.  He encourages readers to tap into their inner child-scientists and use doubt in their thinking process.  By applying the ideas illustrated in Thinking in New Boxes, Steps2Leap believes adults can reach better solutions to problems and discover new insights.

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One of India’s Leading Newspapers, The Hindu Business Line, Interviews Co-Author, Alan Iny, on Innovation in Business

Alan explains how constraints can promote creativity in companies, and that creativity means changing the way one thinks.  While brainstorming can be more challenging with constraints, the probability of coming up with useful solutions and ideas is much greater.

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Alan Iny’s First LinkedIn Blog Post: New Boxes for Back to School, to help Rethink Education

Alan’s new LinkedIn post is a thought-provoking way to challenge some of the ways we think about education, in this back-to-school season. He challenges us to question some of our current ideas about education and what success looks like for students.  In order to close the “achievement gap” and improve education, he suggests that we encourage children to doubt conventional “boxes” currently defining success, think twice, celebrate the failure of new ideas, teach them how to survive their own success, and push them to take risks.

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