How to Use Your Existing Knowledge to Come Up with New Ideas

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In this video, you’ll learn how you can use bottom-up generation of a new problem-specific understanding alongside a top-down application of your prior knowledge when you generate ideas and solve problems. And, yes, we will also see how an office cleaner and Alan were able to develop a just-in-time theory of toilet rolls and bicycle nuts to solve a paper-tangling problem!


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