Before getting into corrections, can I express an opinion on your thesis statement? It seems you are saying that due to increased competition (population, globalization, proliferation,) creativity is the key competitive advantage or differentiator? Doesn't competition foster or necessitate creativity (in a capitalist system)? But that only ensures the success of the few who are creative (as opposed to the entire population?) I'm going to play devil's advocate here - do you mean that the survival of the uncreative masses depend on the creative few? Maybe it would help to clarify what you mean by creativity:
-technological innovation (in medicine?)
-good ideas that benefit businesses (cost reduction, efficiency improvement, value-added services?)
You have new and good ideas - you have a chance of success.
But what about idea proliferation? Quantity of creativity (versus quality?) Is creativity for creativity's sake good? What about the waste it creates? Are you familiar with the term "creative destruction?"
humans' development history. Thanks
for to creativity,
the development of human history does not really make sense here.
role for survival
The reasons are
the increasing population, globalization and quantity issue of 21st century.
What is "quantity issue"? production overcapacity? proliferation of me-too products or copies? How about pure waste of resources?