The 2015 Mindwerx Innovation Survey investigated the barriers and daily challenges to innovation and creative leadership facing organisations, with some compelling findings. In our Summary Report we share some of the key insights, to help kickstart your innovative thinking for the
Speed Read to a More Productive and Happier You by Henry Toi, Brain Capital Group, Singapore Increased reading speed is perhaps the most easily attainable improvement in personal skills. However few are aware of their need to increase their reading speed.
This well referenced academic research article will be of interest to those using Mind Maps in the Classroom. International Journal for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning http://www.georgiasouthern.edu/ijsotl Vol. 6, No. 1 (January 2012) ISSN 1931-4744 @ Georgia Southern University
Title: THE WEIRD RULES OF CREATIVITY. Authors: Sutton, Robert I. Source: Harvard Business Review; Sep2001, Vol. 79 Issue 8, p94, 10p Document Type: Article (The above image is a Wordle cloud of the full article) Subject Terms: *CREATIVE ability in
Title : How’s Your Climate for Innovation? Author: Charles W. Prather, Ph.D. Bio: Dr. Prather was a research management chemist at DuPont before managing DuPont’s Center for Creativity and Innovation. Through CW Prather Associates, in Annapolis, Maryland, he now consults on
(For Online Academy Students) The attached article by Dr Rowan Gilmore, CEO of the Australian Institute for Commercialisation raises some interesting points about the focus on innovation in Australia. Taking the lead from the Business Council of Australia's report on innovation
Are you like us - you love the Harvard Business Review but find it a bit expensive to keep up the subscription? One of our USA university students (we do a fully online undergraduate course in Creativity and Innovation) alerted me