Tag: innovative workplace

The Story Behind Sparkitivity’s Redesign March 15, 2018

You know that feeling after you have an invigorating swim in a cool summer lake? Or get … Read More

Make Boring Meetings More Engaging and Productive with the Torrance Incubation Model March 12, 2018

Meetings are boring and unproductive by definition. That’s not just my opinion. Executives feel that … Read More

How Do You Practice Creativity? March 1, 2018

Yesterday I had the great pleasure to lead workshops on creativity and innovation for truly incredible … Read More

Leading Creative Teams Can Be Like Herding Tigers. Todd Henry Helps Us Do It Well January 16, 2018

Creative leaders use their own creative thinking to draw out the creativity of their subordinates. … Read More

Can Makers Make Money as Entrepreneurs? December 14, 2017

There’s a difference between the daily rhythms that successful managers must maintain and the daily … Read More

5 Ways to Support Creative Strengths and Have Fun Doing It December 3, 2017

We live in a fix-it world and like homing pigeons we are trained to return … Read More

Futurist Kevin Kelly Reveals the Superskill of the Future November 3, 2017

We all want to thrive in life—to be healthy, happy contributing members of our communities. … Read More

Three Keys to Unlock Your Thinking May 24, 2017

Have you ever thought about thinking? Can you describe what it means to think? Most … Read More

When You Say You’re Not Creative… February 28, 2017

When you say you’re not creative, you inadvertently perpetuate a myth. The myth that a … Read More

Creativity for Everybody Reviewed by QRCA Views Magazine May 4, 2016

Creativity for Everybody took the spotlight in the Spring 2016 issue of QRCA’s (Qualitative Research … Read More

Lessons on Creativity and Innovation from Sextet eighth blackbird January 20, 2016

Last night, I attended an astounding premier program performed at Carnegie Hall by my favorite … Read More

Open Letter to Adults from a Highly Creative Child July 29, 2014

A highly creative child who is often misunderstood responds productively to adult comments, and provides … Read More