What does the 9-Dot-Problem have in common with the daily work situation?

Each of you has collected routine knowledge going through education, trainings and work experiences and is able to solve daily problems with common sense and technical expertise more or less on a routine basis.

Whenever new and unexpected information comes up, the problem solving process can be slowed down, comes to a standstill or is postponed to an unknown date. Now mistakes in the thinking process may occur or have already occurred.

The Scheler Morphological Institute encourages systematically creative thinking, the knowledge of leading creative thinking, decision making and managing processes on a comprehensive basis.

The building of a interdisciplinary creative consciousness is possible and important in all levels of an enterprise and in all life and work situations.