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On creativity (part I)
Tim Brown on creativity and play
Flemming Funch on The Art of Not Doing - reboot video
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Our culture worships attention. We assume that, when we’re faced with a really hard problem, the best response is to stay focused, to lavish the dilemma with deliberate thought. And so we order a triple espresso, or chug some Red Bull, or snort some Ritalin. The point of these chemicals is to sharpen the spotlight, to keep us fixated on the task at hand. But is this a good cognitive strategy? Is distractability always a bad thing? Are Distractible People More Creative? | Wired Science? Are Distractible People More Creative? | Wired Science?
Why a Happy Brain Performs Better - HBR IdeaCast Why a Happy Brain Performs Better - HBR IdeaCast Featured Guest: Shawn Achor, CEO of Aspirant and author of The Happiness Advantage: The Seven Principles of Positive Psychology That Fuel Success and Performance at Work. Download this podcast SARAH GREEN: Welcome to the HBR IdeaCast from Harvard Business Review.
TEDxPalermo - Francesco Morace - Cultural DNA in the other side of globalization
Five Innovative New Year's Resolutions Five Innovative New Year's Resolutions At a McKinsey alumni webcast on creative strategy last week, the presenters mentioned a book due to be soon published by INSEAD professor Hal Gregersen, Jeffrey Dyer of Brigham Young University and Clayton Christensen of Harvard. The authors have spent six years interviewing thousands of innovative businesspeople and concluded there are five key traits innovators share (the Innovator's DNA as they call it). Whenever I hear numbers like "six years" and "thousands of interviews," I grow a bit skeptical.
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