When you complete the full CPS Program, you have a dynamic set of skills, tools and processes for leading for creativity, as well as fostering creative thinking and problem solving in individuals, in teams and across your organization.
Apply what you learn in the CPS Program to identify better problems to solve, generate more and different ideas, produce better solutions, and act more confidently to implement those solutions.
To develop problem solving skills and core programming techniques.
Problem Solving: A problem solving process; Problem solving approaches; algorithmic thinking, pattern recognition, decomposition, abstraction.
Completing the CPS Program not only enhances your personal and professional creativity skills, it prepares you to become a program leader at the Creative Problem Solving Institute (CPSI)!
You’ll learn more about this opportunity during your course at CPSI.
See if you can make your process better, if there is an easier way to do it or if there are some steps you can cut to simplify it (like loops).
This step is very important, remember that is much easier to reconstruct your process in your head than it is in your code.
Alex Osborn, the founder of the Creative Problem Solving Institute, invented brainstorming, which evolved into a more complete process of Creative Problem Solving.
The Creative Education Foundation has been teaching and honing this process, and related programs, ever since!