Show Good Judgment Regarding Creative Ideas

Show Good Judgment Regarding Creative Ideas

Updated May 11, 2018

Work can be really fun and exciting when you get the opportunity to be creative and try some of your own ideas. Even if it’s not your own idea, the creativity and energy that is generated when new ideas are discussed and considered is exciting. It’s fun to think about how a change could impact you personally, the team, your customers, or even the company. Yet the challenge each of us face is to maintain good judgment when considering new ideas. We don’t want to get swept away in the excitement and do something that won’t benefit others or could have a negative impact. Instead, you should always consider the pros and cons of any suggestion to determine if it’s truly worth taking forward. This course will provide a way to think about suggestions and ideas is great. Taking the time to evaluate ideas creates the opportunity for you to show others you have good judgment, can make sound decisions, and have the best interest of the company in mind. By completing this course, you will know how to demonstrate good judgment for how creative ideas and suggestions will work. This course has been approved for 1 hour of PDU credit from PMI (Project Management Institute).