Constraints Are a Good Thing

The response to constraints of any kind is generally negative. They’re seen as barriers to your success and abilities and are often used as excuses for failure. To an innovator, however, constraints are just more opportunities for creative thinking, problem-solving, and unconventional application of resources. When you’re dealing with limitations, you’re forced to think outside the box. This tool can be used to facilitate innovation, even when you’re not actually under any constraints.

Course Quick Facts:

Learning Objectives:

  1.  Impose your own constraints to generate original ideas;
  2.  Use your energy more efficiently;
  3.  Breakdown problems to their bare bones and make progress;