Creative Problem Solving (CPS) is a proven method for approaching a problem or a challenge in an imaginative and innovative way. It's a process that helps you redefine the problems and opportunities you face, come up with new, innovative responses and solutions, and then take action.
Traced back to the work that was started by Alex Osborn in the 1940s, developed with Sid Parnes in the 1950s, and nurtured at SUNY Buffalo State and the Creative Education Foundation, CPS has developed exponentially since then. It has been taught by the Creative Education Foundation since then at the University at Buffalo.
By learning this technique, our founder Tessa Manuello is incorporating it into her Legal Research & Development (R&D) adapting it to the legal process, from legal practice to legal innovation. By expanding her knowledge, she is hoping to better empower legal communities to stand out through creativity.
Legal Creatives is now hosting some of the world's most cutting-edge startups research and initiatives, online.
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