Editor’s note: This morning’s #ldinsight chat on creativity got me thinking about creative thinking, which is an important part of creativity. This talk provides some good examples of how to think more creatively.
Editor’s note: Getting territorial about ideas can kill creativity, says this report. The answer is to put as much emphasis on creative feedback and nurturing ideas as the idea itself.
Sixty-three per cent of Britons wish they were in a career where they could make…
Editor’s note: Really interesting article on why we need to learn creative skills as cognitive computing starts to take over more routine cognitive tasks in the workplace.
Here are curated tweets from the Chat2lrn Twitter chat on constraints and #creativity. [View the…
Editor’s note: This research is a couple of years old but it provides some useful context around creativity and why organisations should be looking to develop creative skills. There seems to be a lot of untapped potential here.
Here are our curated tweets from the chat2lrn Twitter chat on #creativity. [View the story…
Editor’s note: Tomorrow’s Chat2lrn Twitter chat is on creativity and as a primer the team has written a post sharing three simple steps to unlocking your creativity.
Editor’s note: Here are five key takeaways from the experts, such as Seth Godin, featured in the book Manage Your Day-to-Day.
Editor’s note: Three simple challenges to get you thinking more creatively – can be done solo or in groups.
Editor’s note: So this is what stifles creativity in school children (according to the children themselves). I thought this would look remarkably similar to a list created by adults.
Editor’s note: Great ideas for Steve Wheeler which could provoke some useful workplace learning ideas too.
Editor’s note: A look at the neural networks at play in the creative process. A must read if you are interested in creativity.
Editor’s note: Some great insights here into how to manage creativity from one of ad land’s legends.
Editor’s note: A good article on creativity. The title makes it sound like a rant against the UK education secretary, which it is not.