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Creative and Analytical Thinking for Entrepreneurship in Business Management and Setting Priorities



Contemporary and modern management needs to be modified in the pattern of decision-making, improvement, and development in the methods and methods of setting priorities and goals, and this can only be done by creating an appropriate organizational climate, which allows and opens the way for innovative and creative thought to emerge, develop and grow, and this topic suffers from weakness In management, therefore, we have intended to show this project in the field of innovation and creativity to shed light on this vital and important topic, which is one of the important topics in the field of management.

For a person to become a distinguished administrative leader, he must master the executive skills capable of making distinguished administrative decisions that are characterized by the search for achievements and successes, which requires the stability of the personal ability to analyze and criticize as well as innovation to reach superiority and career distinction compared to competitors.

Course Objectives:

At the end of the course the participants will be able to:

  • Knowing the skills of emotional intelligence and using it in developing our future and maintaining progress in our work.
  • Enhancing leadership skills in innovative thinking.
  • Acquiring personal and professional skills for entrepreneurship.
  • Excellence in creative thinking and analytical thinking approaches to formulate a balance in the powers of the human mind.
  • Knowing the different approaches to creative thinking and be practiced in problem-solving and formulating them.
  • Knowing and practicing analytical thinking methods.
  • Study the types of administrative excellence and their functional relationship with the concepts of career creativity.
  • Qualify for organizational leadership events within different fields.
  • Knowledge of practical skills, theoretical knowledge, and adaptation to different sources of stress in a scientific manner.
  • Adapting to the acceleration of the pace of business, and contributes to setting priorities, to achieve goals.

Targeted Audience:

  • Department managers and holders of administrative, executive, and advisory positions.
  • Department heads, supervisors, and those of their level.
  • Anyone wishing to develop the skills of creativity and innovation in different institutions and organizations.
  • Employees who want to gain one of the most important skills to develop their career.

Course Outlines:

Unit 1: Creative thinking and its impact on entrepreneurship:

  • Fundamentals of innovative thinking and its impact on creativity.
  • The relationship between innovation and information.
  • Features of creative people and innovators and their impact on entrepreneurship.

Unit 2: The relationship between management and leadership and how to differentiate between them?

  • Measurement concepts available between the need for management versus the need for leadership.
  • What are the criteria for the outstanding self-performance of a winning leader? How to acquire it?
  • One of the characteristics of leaders in the innovative ability to manipulate minds and ideas.

Unit 3: Methods of analytical thinking and its impact on career creativity:

  • Analytical thinking as a component of coordination thinking.
  • Analytical thinking in decision-making models and stages of the scientific method.
  • Classification of methods of developing analytical thinking.
  • The analytical method versus the regenerative method.
  • Analytical method versus synthetic method.

Unit 4: Analytical thinking and its relationship to critical thinking:

  • Analytical thinking and its relationship to the two types of divergent and convergent thinking.
  • The locus of analytical thinking in successive models of creative solving for the problem.
  • The locus of analytical thinking in collaborative models of creative solving for the problem.
  • Analytical thinking in decision-making models and stages of the scientific method.

Unit 5: Mental skills of innovative leaders:

  • How to achieve distinguished and innovative management in an accelerated world of events.
  • Leading the administrative process effectively and efficiently.
  • Delegating authority as a governing skill of the effective leader.
  • Foundations of innovative thinking and its application in business fields.
  • Deep specialization in studying psychological cases of private leaders.

Unit 6: Comparing general types thinking to the nature of creative thinking:

  • Applied Training on:
    • Adapt to leadership behavior.
    • Work under stress.
    • Directing others and teams.

Unit 7: Organizational skills of functional leaders:

  • Knowing and mastering management thinking skills.
  • Training on the concept of decision-making ability and its relationship to management thinking.
  • Workshops on:
    • Training on developing strategic plans for leaders.
    • Systematic planning for the executive stages.
    • Professional delegation skills and the nature of giving administrative orders.
    • The importance of setting physical goals and procedural plans for employees.

Unit 8: Emotional intelligence in entrepreneurship:

  • The concept and principles of emotional intelligence.
  • Levels of emotional intelligence and their impact on entrepreneurship.
  • Empathy and its effect on criteria for personality disorder or validity.
  • Applying effective methods in adopting positive and innovative thinking.
  • Applying of psychoanalysis in leadership by emotional intelligence method.
  • The use of emotional intelligence in directing work teams.
  • Creative sense skills and their reflection on successful leadership.

Unit 9: How time affects the process of innovation and creativity:

  • Creative and innovative time.
  • Conducive climate for innovation and creativity.
  • Idea stimuli at any time.
  • Idea stimuli related to time.
  • Time to convince others of the idea.

Unit 10: Excellence in managing priorities:

  • Managing priorities as a key factor for effectiveness and quality.
  • The concept of stress and its impact on us and how to deal with it.
  • The methodology of managing values for the purpose of managing priorities.
  • Practical and skillful methods of managing priorities and overcoming daily pressures.
  • Equation of goals and smart goals model.

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