We have aggregated pertinent insights below for your consideration to keep you up-to-date with the world of Creativity.
Here are recent links of interest:
“Using Mindfulness to Jumpstart Creativity at Work” – mindful.org
Racing to never-ending deadlines, work piling up, doing more with less. Employees are asked for higher quality, faster turnaround time, greater efficiency and more innovative output….but is creativity possible with today’s workplace mindset where “busyness” is the modus operandi? There is a fundamental… Continue Reading
“Enhancing Creativity at Work – It’s not What You Think” – HuffPost
Do you remember where you were the last time you had a really great idea about work? Chances are it wasn’t sitting at your desk, staring at your computer. More than likely you were doing something completely non-work related like taking a shower, sleeping, or going for a walk… Continue Reading
“4 Keys to Creativity at Work” – IEDP
Business sustainability has always relied on innovation, but the speed of technological and market change today has made building innovative organizational cultures a top priority. Central to delivering this objective is the need to release people’s individual creativity. And business people as a rule… Continue Reading
“Five Ways To Kickstart Innovation And Build It Into Your Company Culture” – Forbes
Creating a culture of innovation is flat-out hard work. What makes it hard work is that you have to be, in essence, focused on serendipity. The juxtaposition of “focus” and “serendipity” is paradoxical, and tricky to maintain as a frame of mind personally and in an organization… Continue Reading
Creativity doesn’t mean creating something from nothing…” – Creative Something
The most important thing right now is what’s possible, not merely what you can imagine. That is to say: creativity requires an idea to be realistic, possible, and yet still different. Without the possibility of being a reality, an idea isn’t creative: it’s imaginative. And while imagination is undoubtedly important… Continue Reading
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