There’s a myth that some people are ‘creative types’ while others are not. Rob Eastaway, author of ‘Any Ideas?’, argues that everyone has valuable ideas all the time. In this interview, Eastaway explains the importance of creative problem-solving for the future of work. Everyone can be creative, given the right conditions.
Enhance the power of your imagination and the possibilities could be limitless, as this new book explores the mystery behind creativity and reveals how it can best be harnessed to influence and advance all aspects of our lives.
New book, In Your Creative Element, adds science and logic to the creative process.
Meticulously written by Michael Fitzsimons and Sue Bradley, ‘Lobotomy: The Marginalisation of Creativity and How to Become Human Again’ zeroes in on an urgent issue that is plaguing modern society – the decline of creative thought, innovation and invention.
The multi-awarded advertising agency in the Asia-Pacific region switched from Facebook to Pie. Now sharing and discussing creative work is almost a piece of cake.
In the current workplace, many of us strive to make an impact through our work. We are now required to be artists, create value and meaning for our connections. In “The Icarus Deception: How High Will You Fly?’, Seth Godin explains what this implies for our individual careers and the organisations we work for.