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BSBB 3103 - Innovation through Spiral Thinking

  • NonCredit
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Learn how to apply Spiral Thinking to organizational challenges of creativity and innovation. Spiraling is a novel thinking approach that is easy to understand, apply and implement. It has been shown to create especially creative approaches and inventive ideas when applied to a wide variety of organizational needs and challenges. Participants receive the Innovation On Purpose digital toolkit and tackle a challenge or opportunity of their choice, creating an executable plan to bring ideas to a living reality.

Noncredit courses do not produce academic credit nor appear on a Colorado State University academic transcript.

Please note that there are no refunds for open entry courses.

Textbooks and Materials

All materials are supplied within the online course.


Ed Goodman

Ed Goodman, instructor for this series, is known as an inventive thinker, visionary and creatively-oriented technical and management professional. Ed’s career has spanned the fields of experience design, marketing, strategic planning, engineering, land planning, education, television/media production, entertainment and non-profit think tank management. He has over 30 years of interdisciplinary problem-solving experience, with consistent effectiveness in ideation and implementation of optimal solutions. Ed crafted new thinking models known as the Challenge-Solution Model, the Visioneering Process, Creative Dreamscaping and is a co-creator with Dave Goodman of the Spiral Thinking Theory and author of the new ebook, “Creating The New American Dream – The Spiral Renaissance Theory.” He is a co-founder of The MindShare Network, The Global Network for Dreams, Hope and Life Activation.

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