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    Creative thinking is the only special way of solving problem to recognize positive and negative any idea you want to implement through design. Avoid negative emotions vs. produce positive emotions making products challenging, seductive, playful, surprising, memorable, moody, and enjoyable. It is not possible to design the user experience, you can only design for the user experience Exploit design solutions that provoke or intensify certain feelings During the course of the module I have gathered

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    Have you ever been a victim to prejudice? I have – it’s like being thrown into a trench of darkness every time, with only the wish to change you for the sake of society. It’s a terrible feeling, coming from Southeastern Asia it’s something my family and I have encountered continually. I believe that prejudice, intolerance, and moral blindness should not be an issue in our world, especially in the year of 2014. We as young Canadian citizens should learn virtues of fairness, charity, and tolerance

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    Africa was so strongly segregated into ethnic backgrounds that even new laws were placed to separate people according to their racial groups. This was called the Apartheid law and was introduced in the year 1990. Apartheid separated white, black, and coloured people in every area of life. This included: jobs, hospitals, transport, accommodations, public parks and even drinking fountains. However, this law was finally dismantled in 1993; three years after it was bought up. Throughout the three years of

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    Underground to Canada : Mammy Sally's Version As Mammy Sally was cooking this lady called Nina who also worded in the kitchen said "I found a passage way out o' here." Mammy Sally looked shocker. "But if we get caught Massa Simms gonna whip us until our day are done workin'. "Said Mammy Sally. But, Nina was Strong and Fearless and said "I don't care I'm sick of the way those people treat us I goin' to Canada. Mammy Sally stood there for a while and in came Massa Simms with his whip. And said "You

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    Othello And Harlem Duet

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    both hindered in their journey by the perception of others to achieve self-actualization due to their race and the pressure of fitting a gender role. Ultimately Othello succumbs to these obstacles while Walter is able to overcome them. First of all coloured people are viewed as lesser human beings by the white community. In Sears’ play Harlem Duet Othello strives to be accepted by the white community, since the ideology that whites are better than blacks exist in his environment. When arguing about

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    USING BASEBALL HATS TO BOOST EMPLOYEE MOTIVATION AND JOB PERFORMANCE Using customized, colored baseball hats to boost employee performance It’s been some time since the baseball hat became a symbol of recognition and high-status. Wearing a baseball hat, especially one with the right color and embroidery design makes people feel important, appreciated, and unique. Setting up a simple system for motivating employees to higher levels of performance and achievement doesn't have to cost the company

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    Post-apartheid Segregation in South Africa

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    Act was introduced in 1950. This law drove the black people from the designated “White” areas in order to attain more perfect segregation. According to Outcast Cape Town by John Western it stated, “up to 1 in 10 Capetonians (nearly all mixed-race “Coloureds”) were ejected from their homes, in order to achieve a more perfect segregation” (Western, 1981,1996). Consequently, so many people lost their homes where they lived for their whole lifetime and had to move out to the outskirts of the cities. The

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    Cry, the Beloved Country In a country torn by segregation and hatred, one man seeks to rebuild his family and his tribe. Cry, the beloved country is a tale of forgiveness, generosity, and endurance. In the story, the main protagonist is helped by a number of characters. A South African man Stephen Kumalo loses his young son, but is still determined to improve the life of his people. In this black man's country, white man's law had broken the tribe, divided the people and corrupted the youth

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    Bono’s six thinking hats describes a process to help create meetings, brainstorm sessions and numerous other collaboration tools aiming to make them more organised and productive. At its core it is used to help participants look at and better organise the way in which they think and look at problems. While most collaboration techniques will bring up arguments and ideas at any given time, the six thinking hats approach allows the participants to have a specific type of thinking hat to direct and influence

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    Succes as a Leader: Problem Solving

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    . ... middle of paper ... ...ion? Green hat: For developing creative solutions to problems. Criticism of ideas is not permitted. A variety of tools is available for encouraging creative thinking. Blue hat: For process and control, typically worn by the person who is chairing the meeting who may need to redirect thinking into other ‘hats’ to together try on each of the ‘six thinking hats’ and to think of as many points as possible under each ‘hat’ before moving on”. (Bailey 2007) References

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