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Curiosity killed the cat …Not!">Curiosity killed the cat …Not!

November 8th, 2011 · No Comments · creativity, strategy, trends & scenarios

159 x served & 62 x viewedNo, curi­os­ity is some­thing good. Today there’s even talk about not killing young children’s curi­os­ity dur­ing their first school years. Amaz­ing if that will hap­pen with­in reas­on­able time… Per­son­ally, I am devoted to make a liv­ing from my curi­os­ity. People used to say that “I don’t want to die […]

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What counts?">What counts?

September 27th, 2011 · No Comments · creativity

135 x served & 28 x viewed­Math is a real chal­lenge for many. Admit­tedly, cal­cu­lus takes some train­ing, but simple tasks such as addi­tion and sub­trac­tion may ocas­sion­ally be just too much. Per­cent­ages are anoth­er major obstacle. I meet almost daily state­ments that you can save as much as 5%, 10% or even 20% by […]

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Life-long learning">Life-long learning

April 18th, 2011 · No Comments · creativity, social media

Our ways of learn­ing are chan­ging, but it seems that not every­one is aware. Douglas Thomas and John Seely Brown describe in their new book A New Cul­ture of Learn­ing: Cul­tiv­at­ing the Ima­gin­a­tion for a World of Con­stant Change, how a new type of learn­ing takes place without books, teach­ers and classrooms.

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Killing creativity…">Killing creativity…

April 10th, 2011 · No Comments · creativity, innovation & management, marketing

152 x served & 23 x viewedYoung­me Moon who is the Don­ald K. Dav­id Pro­fess­or of Busi­ness Admin­is­tra­tion and Seni­or Asso­ci­ate Dean at Har­vard Busi­ness School has com­piled an “anti-cre­at­iv­ity check­list” that gave me a total flash back to my earli­er employ­er. I believe I heard at least 80% of her sen­tences. Num­bers 1–4 relate […]

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Things poorly designed">Things poorly designed

September 12th, 2010 · No Comments · creativity

Seth God­in explains why so many things are broken due to poor design

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