Innovative intelligence: three-component vector model

The paper considers the limited nature of the existing psychodiagnostic procedures designed to make an objective evaluation of human intelligence and the level of its readiness to innovative activity. The authors introduce the concept of innovative intelligence and offers its three-vector model consisting of analytical, creative and practical intelligence. The approach can serve as the basis for optimum formation of a creative group, its role structurisation and rating of the level of readiness of a person to innovative activityNB: текст статьи представлен на английском языке!

Keywords: innovation, intelligence, analytical intelligence, creative intelligence, practical intelligence, innovative intelligence


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