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Can we all learn to be creative?

Tina Seelig, a professor of management science and engineering, says yes. Here’s how.

Illustration of colorful shapes coming out of someone's head

Creativity is applying your ability to envision things that don’t exist to solve a problem. | Illustration by Kevin Craft

Yes, creativity is innate. But it is also a skill that can be learned and developed.

On this episode of Stanford Pathfinders, Tina Seelig discusses creativity, problem solving and the importance of reframing a question to come up with the best solutions. Tune in as host Howard Wolf and Tina Seelig discuss keys to unleashing your creative potential.

You can listen to Stanford Pathfinders on Sirius XM Insight Channel 121iTunes and SoundCloud.

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This article is part of our Stanford Engineering Magazine