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The Creative Education Foundation’s Creative Problem Solving Institute (CPSI) is the world’s longest-running creativity conference.

Choose from several experiential programs where you will learn a proven process for deliberate creativity – from the place that invented brainstorming and has evolved and taught the Creative Problem Solving process for more than 60 years.

CPSI offers a one-of-a-kind personal and professional training opportunity. You will gain practical creativity skills and tools in an inspiring, interdisciplinary learning environment. Make CPSI a family affair when you sign up your 8-17 year olds for YouthWise, too!

Connect with a diverse cross section of more than 400 business leaders, educators, community activists, nonprofit and government professionals, artists, students and others from around the globe.


CPSI is where you learn the skills that you and your organization need to stay competitive in today’s rapidly changing world. At CPSI, you will engage an array of workshops and training courses geared toward personal and professional development – all centered around processes for fostering creative thinking and doing.

As a CPSI participant, you will learn through listening and observing, but mostly by doing. You will learn a proven, disciplined and repeatable approach for Creative Problem Solving. For the many participants who return year after year, CPSI has become a professional home and a must-attend event. CPSI is truly unique:

IT’S ENGAGING You’ll explore every facet of creativity and innovation among an international community of like-minded people sharing best practices and life experiences from a variety of cultures, backgrounds, and professions.

IT’S INSPIRING You’ll learn creative techniques and methods that can be used personally and in the workplace immediately. You’ll emerge renewed and armed with the skills that you and your organization need to stay competitive in today’s challenging marketplace.

IT’S FUN You’ll be in a dynamic, multi-dimensional learning environment brimming with collegiality, playfulness, openness, challenge, spirit, and purpose.

At CPSI you meet like-minded, intelligent, curious, and experienced people from all walks of life, creating connections that will be the basis for a lifetime of continued learning and exploration.

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Founded in 1954, the Creative Education Foundation is the recognized world leader in applied imagination. Alex Osborn, an ad man and educator, not only founded CEF and CPSI, but also invented brainstorming and co-founded the ad firm, BBDO. His classic book, Applied Imagination , continues to inspire the work of CEF.

With Sidney Parnes, Osborn developed the Osborn-Parnes Creative Problem Solving process. For more than 60 years, CEF has been teaching adults and children how to use this proven process to develop new ideas, solve complex problems, and implement innovative solutions.

The first annual Creative Problem Solving Institute was held in 1955 at the University of Buffalo. The first virtual CPSI conference was held in June, 2020.

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We can recommend several places to learn CPS, and we offer a caveat emptor - or maybe it is a "do your homework" caution. Anyone can use the term "creative problem solving," and use of that term does not signify any particular flavor of creative problem solving. Yet there is an indsutry-recognized meaning for that phrase, and it is this: Creative Problem Solving is shorthand for the Osborn-Parnes Creative Problem Solving methodology. If that is what you seek, make sure that is what you are getting.

The methodology discussed in depth on this website is a version of Osborn-Parnes CPS. Here are other versions that are derived from, and are loyal to, the original: Simplex (Min Basadur), Produtive Thinking Model (Tim Hurson, thinkx), Creative Problem Solving: Thinking Skills Model (Gerard Puccio, Mary Murdock, Marie Mance). Some methodologies that are referred to as creative problem solving, but are not Osborn-Parnes CPS, include: Lateral Thinking (Edward deBono), Synectics (William J. J. Gordon), and Kepner-Tregoe. No value judgment is being made here, but a distinction.

LEARNING RESOURCES Right here, you can uncover the basics of Creative Problem Solving and CPS facilitation. Click here to get started .

Books. Visit our online store to find links to current and seminal works about creativity and CPS.


International Center for Studies in Creativity. Located within Buffalo State College, the Center offers a graduate certificate in Creativity and Change Leadership, and the world's first Master's degree in creativity. The programs are offered in both on-ground and distance/on-ground hybrid formats. Visit the Center's web site for more information.

Courses by OmniSkills, LLC. We can teach you and your team how to use, and how to facilitate, CPS. Because once you've used it, you won't want to be without it. Visit the main OmniSkills web site for more information.

Creative Problem Solving Institute. Founded by the father of CPS, Alex Osborn, CPSI has offered essential CPS training for more than 50 years. Visit the CPSI website for more information.

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The Solution? Creative Problem Solving

Posted March 2nd, 2023 | Category: Professional Development | Contributed by BRM Institute

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Are you tired of spinning your wheels and getting nowhere? 

In today’s world, where it is imperative for BRMs to stay relevant and innovate, it’s time to check out Innovative Business Problem Solving (IBPS). This course is designed to strengthen creative and strategic thinking for BRMs and people in similar roles.

Who is this course designed for?

  • The concepts are for anyone wishing to ignite the hidden creativity and ingenuity inside themselves and their teams. Innovative thinking is a life source for a resilient future-focused organization.
  • This course is fine-tuned for BRMs and people in similar roles looking to elevate their strategic impact.
  • ALL potential agents of change who are “bridge-builders” between centers of excellence within an organization (e.g., Technology, Transformation, Strategy, People, Lean, Innovation, etc..) and enabling partners.

BRMs and similar roles have a unique and often untapped potential for making an impact. Imagine if everyone across all disciplines were anchored in a shared understanding of BOTH relationship management AND inventive collaborative problem-solving. They could be leaders of breakthroughs and catalysts for new ways of working and creating value!

What will students take away from the ibps course.

  • This course will help you better navigate the tensions between execution and strategy.
  • You’ll learn how to manage the human dynamics of bringing people together to invent shared breakthroughs and new value around key organizational challenges.
  • You’ll get hands-on tools and methods to be more innovative, more open-minded, and more collaborative in solving the big aspirations in front of you and the everyday challenges at work and in life. You’ll also learn how to guide and help others do so together.
  • Three areas of focus. 1. Nourishing Climate 2. Sparking Creative Thinking 3. Driving Action

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  • This course is hands-on. You will bring real challenges that you face in your organization and experiment with the 3 KEY PROBLEM-SOLVING ROLES essential for getting to shared breakthroughs.
  • You’ll be guided by your own portfolio of impact opportunities and explore situationally the mindsets and skills you’ll want to leverage for each – namely, that of a Connector, Creator, Explorer, and Strategic Innovator (with natural linkages to the BRM mindsets of Connector, Cultivator, Explorer, and Investor).  
  • Lastly, you’ll identify and take away a plan for applying the skills you’ve learned in everyday interactions and in the bigger, more focused projects on your agenda. 

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What difference will IBPS make in my role?

  • You’ll be more sought after to help create a “new solution” or carve a new needed path.
  • Your influence grows as you bring out the best in others’ thinking rather than just your own.
  • You’ll be less hampered by a lack of positional power because you have a way of igniting others toward shared breakthroughs.
  • You’ll have tools and techniques that empower you to confront, challenge, and mitigate concerns in a positive and respectful way.
  • You’ll move from BRM theory to practice with methods to bring into the heart and hands many of the concepts you’ve been exposed to in the BRM body of knowledge.

How has the IBPS course improved organizations?

  • Increased employee engagement:   After completing the course, a 500-person Technology organization within a health company. Over 18 months, employee engagement scores rose 10%, and there was immediate activation on solving real business challenges.
  • Seized strategic opportunities:   For Australia’s largest rail company, their teams develop ways to eliminate collisions at level-crossings, make trackside accidents impossible, and create a new shared employee value proposition. A major shipping line unlocked $46 Million in cost savings and improved asset management to reimagine shipping. A leading HR consultancy trained 200 “rising” HR consultants/business partners in Synectics methods, resulting in surpassed client expectations and incremental revenue generation.
  • Built innovative cultures:   For a leading global restaurant, after completing the course, teams and facilitators for the roll-out of their new product development process globally, enabling innovation in regional teams around the world and millions of incremental revenues.

What is Creative Problem-Solving?

  • It’s a way to bring together enormous talents with the defiant opportunities (problems) people face daily. It’s about igniting the ingenuity within all of us, individually, to innovate collaboratively.
  • Beyond new solutions, Creative Problem-Solving helps people interact differently, more openly, and compassionately and with a greater sense of possibility in all aspects of their lives. BRMs are in a unique spot for being such catalysts in the world.

With a hands-on and real-world approach, there is nothing left to chance. Bring your problems, curiosity for learning, and desire to resolve real business problems.

If you think it’s time to have innovative and realistic solutions to difficult business situations, ibps is the course for you.

BRM Institute Members save an extra 20% on virtual courses when you register by March 28, 2023.

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The Role of Active carbons in the Ecology of extraction, transportation and processing of petroleum

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The article presents the results of studies performed in the period 1991-2016 on the protection of the environment from man-made impact by means of carbon adsorption technologies. However, they were published in publications far from the oil and gas complex and were not known to a wide range of environmental specialists in this industry. There is shown the use of active carbons (carbon adsorbents) for solving environmental problems in the oil industry.

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