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Q1. Hesitation in speech makes people feel like the story is less credible.
Q2. An unconventional idea receives more acceptance from people rather than a conventional idea.
Q3. Which of the following is not a characteristic of a good story?
Q4. When you share an idea, it gains immediate acceptance from others.
Q5. Which of the following is an effective way to persuade people of a creative idea?
Q6. Thinking about charismatic leaders makes people more accepting of promoting creative people into leadership roles.
Q7. Repetition-Break Stories are:
Q8. Being creative can be disruptive.
Q9. Telling a story is important because
Q10. The Repetition-Break story is one way to generate surprise. (True/False
Q1. Ideas which are accepted by creators but rejected by evaluators are called
Q2. For non-decision makers, social approval of an idea was given highest importance.
Q3. Creators and evaluators always have the same view of an idea.
Q4. The role that we are in does not play any part in deciding how creative an idea is.
Q5. In pitching creative ideas, it is important to know _________
Q6. A person with an unconventional appearance pitching a creative idea increases the perception of the idea’s creativity relative to a person with a conventional appearance.
Q7. Narcissists’ ideas tend to be viewed as more creative because of the confidence with which they express their ideas. (True/False)
Q8. There is a bias against creative ideas when people feel:
Q9. ______ helps bridge the gap between creators’ and evaluators’ perceptions of a creative idea.
Q10. Having more ideas from which to choose makes it more likely people will select a creative idea.
Q1. Conversational bottleneck is a barrier to team creativity.
Q2. When creativity is a desired goal, it is a mistake to form teams too quickly.
Q3. Which of the following are barriers to team creativity?
Q4. Norms can limit the variety of perspectives that people are willing to share.
Q5. Normative influence means:
Q6. Polarization happens when people with different mindsets come together to prove each other wrong.
Q7. Overconfidence limits team creativity by:
Q8. Common knowledge effect leads to the following:
Q9. Allowing people to think about a problem beforehand helps them come up with their own version of solution, in turn enhancing generation of creative ideas.
Q10. Pluralistic ignorance stifles creativity by:
Q1. The ideal personality mix is:
Q2. The _______ play the “glue” role in the team.
Q3. The one trait that diminishes creativity are the people:
Q4. Conflict gets suppressed by:
Q5. _______ stamps out some of the behavior in teams necessary for creativity.
Q6. ________ can lead to curiosity.
Q7. Conflict can lead to:
Q8. You can leverage strong norms to encourage less creative people toward more appropriate behavior if you specify that the expectation is individualism.
Q9. Changing members in the team periodically hampers the creativity in the team.
Q10. Dissent breaks down the overconfidence in teams.
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