Technicians are people who understand the mechanics of certain crafts. They know how to write a script, arrange a deal or manage a company. They often arrange and rearrange stuff in a very commercial manner.
Creators on the other hand are hollow instruments. They do novel things that have not yet been experienced. One might consider them innovators but even they know that they only regurgitate things from the ethereal of which they are a part.
Often, we mistake the former for the latter. However, it is creators that Peter Tiel describes in his book, Zero to One as people who seemingly make things out of nothing.