Social Creativity : Bringing Different Points of View Together

@inproceedings{Fischer2000SocialC,
  title={Social Creativity : Bringing Different Points of View Together},
  author={Gerhard Fischer},
  year={2000}
}
Complex design problems require more knowledge than any one single person can possess, and the knowledge relevant to a problem is often distributed and controversial. Rather than being a limiting factor, Òsymmetry of ignoranceÓ can provide the foundation for social creativity. Bringing different points of view together and trying to create a shared understanding among all stakeholders can lead to new insights, new ideas, and new artifacts. Social creativity can be supported by new media that… CONTINUE READING

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