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The Study of Creativity Support System on the Effectiveness of Creativity Problem Solving Training
|關鍵字:||Creativity support system|
Creativity problem solving training
Creative thinking ability
Problem solving ability
Companies are relying on their employees' creativities and problem-solving skills to devise genuine solutions to deal with the ever changing business environments. Past researches have shown that CPS training has positive effects on member's creativity. There are also studies shown that the use of Creativity Support System (CSS) increases the creative performance of members. The object of this study is the college student of Department of Information Management in one Institute of Technology located in mid Taiwan who major in the course of management. Then we discuss the impacts of CPS training and CSS on the performance of creativity by using long-term longitudinal study and two-way ANOVA analyses to perform experiment. Additionally, we make an extended observation about the effectiveness of CSS as supporting for CPS training. This study has shown that CPS training can improve student's creative thinking ability and problem solving ability, and CSS also can improve student's problem solving ability. The results suggest that after accepting CPS traning, members will possess the concept of CPS process, complete problem discussion more easily by the principle of CPS steps, and think more completely. After CPS training, if we provide a network communication platform for users to take immediate record in the process of creative thinking. Then users can produce more creative ideas aimed at problems by sharing. In other words, traditional CPS training is still indispensable. After training, we should provide team members with CSS to extend problem discussion, and increase the number of ideas and improve the quality of ideas by unrestricted mutual discussion.
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