Editor’s note: This article is a couple of years old but worthy of a read if you have had enough of the word innovative. How about just being good at what you do?
A case study of ‘innovative management’ and learning by doing to enable change at Korean Telecoms company KT.
Editor’s note: is workplace design the number one factor in sparking creative interactions? Probably not, says Scott Berkun. It is a factor but what of all the other places that have given us our greatest ideas?
Editor’s note: ‘Your most creative insights are almost always the result of taking an idea that works in one domain and applying it to another. Every “new” idea you have, personally, is based on some combination of previous concepts in your own mind, even if you combined these concepts subconsciously.’ A look at the importance of context in creativity and innovation.
Editor’s note: A look at Tina Seelig’s new book Ingenius: A Crash Course on Creativity and how her Innovation Engine concept works.
Editor’s note: Experience can affect how we make decisions. It can short-circuit the decision-making process based on us defaulting to what past experiences tell us. The upshot is new ideas don’t get far. A useful article to consider when looking at how experience can impact on learning, creativity and innovation.
The unofficial MASLO post – we are getting a new site up over at the Academic Advanced Distributed Learning Lab so this post will help people to learn more about MASLO until the site is ready.The Academic ADL