A Study on Creativity, Innovation, and Knowledge

Onkar Bagaria, Gautam Kumar, Meenakshi Sharma, Ravinder Saini


Creativity or innovation address the process of developing and applying new information. As a consequence, they are vital to Organizational Learning. However, as organizational learning is a new career, innovation or creativity must be addressed in this new setting. This research starts by proposing a framework inside which these difficulties may be examined. It then continues on to look at just how human creativity is inhibited in numerous ways, particularly deep-seated views of the world. Finally, this research evaluated two devices that promote knowledge management or creativity: discussion in the human domain as well as groupware in the technical area. The authors of this research investigate the notions of creativity, innovation, or knowledge, but also their responsibilities. Innovation and uniqueness are required in all academic areas or educational activities, not simply the arts. People can think critically, tackle complicated problems, but also come up with innovative solutions if they have creativity.  Creativity allows people to think critically, tackle complicated problems, and come up with unique solutions. People are robust and adaptable, whether they're creative, see things in new ways, or are prepared to learn and understand as they go. This study will assist people in broadening their understanding of creativity and innovation.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5430/wjel.v12n3p55

World Journal of English Language
ISSN 1925-0703(Print)  ISSN 1925-0711(Online)

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