You all know Walt Disney, the genius who created so many of our loved cartoon characters. He created an empire with his ideas. But only very few of us know more about his development model, and the ways how he created new ideas and concepts.

He was very unique person who later became world famous. Disney had his special process when ideating and innovating. Luckily that method is no secret but can be used by anyone. In fact, we always use it as part of our workshops. And now we made one of his exercises available here for free to you. In the short video we made we  will show you, how important is to separate critique from the ideation process.

Constructive criticism as an innovation tool

And as you know there is also constructive criticism. And that is a very powerful and important tool in developing new ideas. However, you have to learn to criticize constructively. You can benefit from this also in your team meetings and whenever you bring something new to the table .-)

It is a very valuable process for all to learn, because we all have some new ideas from time to time and we need to know how to address the critical colleagues/or managers, to help our idea to go through, right? So, watch our video now and learn how to deal with critique in an open and inviting way.

And let us know your feedback. We would really love to hear from you. And if you find it useful, please share it with your colleagues too.

Help them, because all new and good ideas deserve to be born and brought into live, don’t you agree?


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