We are always looking for the latest noteworthy Creativity news and commentary. 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:
“20% Of Your Time At Work SHOULDN’T Be “Working”” – Officevibe
Though it may seem ridiculous for most managers to consider this, it is something that has led to many innovations and advances in different fields. The basis is simple, have an employee (or group) take some time every week to work on something that will benefit the company… Continue Reading
“Inspiring leadership and the need for a creative, empowered workforce” – The Guardian
Running a company is not what it used to be. Gone are the days of command and control, when bosses could click their fingers and expect the workforce to fall into line. Today’s employees – whether they are baristas serving cappuccinos, engineers working with complex circuitry… Continue Reading
“Can Creativity be Taught? Results from Research Studies” – Creativity at Work
In 1968, George Land conducted a research study to test the creativity of 1,600 children ranging in ages from three-to-five years old who were enrolled in a Head Start program. This was the same creativity test he devised for NASA to… Continue Reading
“What does creativity feel like?” – Creative Something
What do we mean when we say we “aren’t feeling” creative? If at the end of the day you don’t feel a sense of creative accomplishment, does that mean you haven’t been creative? I’d argue feeling uncreative might simply mean your belief of what creativity should feel like… Continue Reading
“How Snapchat Is Bringing Back The 1970s TV Experience” – Fast Company
Snapchat Discover, launched in January, was a counterintuitive offering from the messaging app. The Discover tab features a selection of channels that are based around brands, including Comedy Central, Food Network, CNN, and BuzzFeed. Unlike Twitter, YouTube, or modern-day television… Continue Reading
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