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The scientific paradigms that support Patent Generation

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How to Build a Culture of Originality

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Anyone can innovate if given the opportunity and the support.

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How to Build a Culture of Originality. - */S.Y\ Power Score is a Fuction of Your Permanent Creativity . Culture of Originality as a Function of Permanent Creativity .
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donhornsby's curator insight, February 29, 4:03 PM

(From the article): When everyone thinks in similar ways and sticks to dominant norms, businesses are doomed to stagnate. To fight that inertia and drive innovation and change effectively, leaders need sustained original thinking in their organizations. They get it by building a culture of nonconformity, as Kohlmann did in the navy. I’ve been studying this for the better part of a decade, and it turns out to be less difficult than I expected.


For starters, leaders must give employees opportunities and incentives to generate—and keep generating—new ideas, so that people across functions and roles get better at pushing past the obvious. However, it’s also critical to have the right people vetting those ideas. That part of the process should be much less democratic and more meritocratic, because some votes are simply more meaningful than others. And finally, to continue generating and selecting smart ideas over time, organizations need to strike a balance between cultural cohesion and creative dissent.

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(From the article): When everyone thinks in similar ways and sticks to dominant norms, businesses are doomed to stagnate. To fight that inertia and drive innovation and change effectively, leaders need sustained original thinking in their organizations. They get it by building a culture of nonconformity, as Kohlmann did in the navy. I’ve been studying this for the better part of a decade, and it turns out to be less difficult than I expected.


For starters, leaders must give employees opportunities and incentives to generate—and keep generating—new ideas, so that people across functions and roles get better at pushing past the obvious. However, it’s also critical to have the right people vetting those ideas. That part of the process should be much less democratic and more meritocratic, because some votes are simply more meaningful than others. And finally, to continue generating and selecting smart ideas over time, organizations need to strike a balance between cultural cohesion and creative dissent.

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Transformational Leadership: Taught or Talent? -

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Is being a leader something you’re born with? — What does it take to be a great leader? 


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Transformational Leadership as a teachable skill assumes that the gap between where we are and the needed transformation is simply insufficient knowledge. - */S.Y\ The Evolution of Leader . A Permanent Creativity give " Things of Perfection", the Application of They born Smart Transformation / New Understanding & Analytical Wisdom. This is New Level of Knowledge.
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David Hain's curator insight, April 22, 5:25 AM

Can we be taught to transform, or do we have to be born with the potential? And is leader just another word for human being?

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(From the article):Perhaps we have so closely tied worth and value as a human being with the title Leader that to say that someone does not have leadership is to dehumanize them to some degree. But whatever we decide to call it, there will always be some people who take charge and inspire change. And there will always be a team of people that take some responsibility in making that change happen. Let’s start appreciating people for who they are and recognize their contributions. Everyone has talent. But we all don’t have to have the same talent. - See more at: http://goodmenproject.com/business-ethics-2/transformational-leadership-taught-or-talent-mrnd/#sthash.BRFl3rQz.dpuf
Ron McIntyre's curator insight, April 22, 1:57 PM

Great discussion.  Where do you stand on the subject?

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The Art of Creativity

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Service providers and retailers outside the beauty industry have had to compete with the increasing growth of Internet sales. This has resulted in a number of retailers led by Apple, implementing a radical business model that required creative thinking. The same consumers that shop at Apple visit our salons. Today’s salon owner will have to re-evaluate their business model, on how to be more creative.

Where does creativity come from? What if you could locate the exact position in the brain where it comes from? Artistic creativity is a neurological product—it is the science of innovation. We are moving close to a position where we will be able to manipulate circuitry linked to creativity. The same way that you take a cup of coffee in the morning for its nuero-pharmacological effects. It will be the same with a creativity pill. It's time to work on this design, or a photo shoot. Let me take a pill that will get me in my groove a little more easily.

Why are some people bold connectors of ideas and others not, when everybody has the capacity to be creative? To avoid risking failure and ridicule, many people subconsciously reject information that contradicts received wisdom without exploring its possibilities. Deadlines make it worse. When faced with a challenge, people focus on what is obviously relevant and this confines thinking to predictable paths. 

How do we get closer to the source of creativity? Is it something that we can nurture from a young age?
I heard a great story recently of a little girl who was in a drawing lesson at school. She was six and was sitting at the back of the classroom. The teacher said this little girl hardly ever paid attention, but in this drawing lesson she did. The teacher went over to her and asked, "What are you drawing?" The girl replied, "I am drawing a picture of God." And, the teacher said, "But nobody knows what God looks like." The little girl responded, "They will in a minute."

Kids will take a chance. If they don't know, they will have a go. They are not frightened of being wrong. If we are not prepared to be wrong, we will never come up with anything original. By the time they are adults, most kids have lost that capacity. They have become frightened of being wrong and they go on to run their companies by stigmatizing mistakes. The result is, we are educating people out of their creative capacity.

Picasso once said, “All children are born artists; the problem is to remain an artist as we grow up.” I believe we don't grow into creativity, but we grow out of it, or rather we get educated out of it.

It is fear that stops us reaching our endless potential of creativity. If I put a plank on the ground two feet wide and thirty feet long, I am going to walk on it without looking down at the plank. I can go back and forth and jump up and down with no problem. Now I am going to put the plank 300 feet in the air, and I would not go near it.

Intense fear paralyses us; it affects the way the brain works. When we have fear and anxiety we are not distracted and we can focus. When we are anxious, we release nuero-transmitters in the brain, which focuses us. When we are happy our brain emits dopamine into the pre-frontal lobes, which makes us problem solvers and out-of the-box thinkers.

Creativity is the process of putting your imagination to work. With imagination you can enter other people's worldviews, you can empathize, and try and see the world as they do.

It is one thing to have creative capacities; it's a different thing to know how to develop them. As an example, we didn't teach our children to speak. We didn't sit them down at the age of one and say, "Listen we need to talk, or rather you do!" That doesn't happen. They learn by a process of imitation, which draws on a natural capacity to speak. Children at a very young age demonstrate all kinds of creative capacities, but if you don't develop them they may not evolve.

Our education system is predicated on the idea of academic ability. There was no education system before the 19th century. This evolved to meet the needs of industrialism. Mathematics, English and Science were priorities. We were benignly steered away from subjects we liked on the basis that you would never get a job.

In the next 30 years, more people worldwide will be graduating through education since the beginning of history. Future degrees will not be worth what they have been in the past.

We need to radically rethink and revise our view of intelligence. Fear and creativity are conjoined twins. People are so afraid of their fear that they end up killing creativity. Creativity is going into the uncertain, and the uncertain is always scary. 

The Creativity of Environmental Psychology

You may not be aware as you walk through a supermarket, but every aspect of the experience has been carefully designed to maximize the amount of money you will spend by the time you walk out. This includes elements like placing staples such as milk on the farthest wall from the entrance, so that you are exposed to the other merchandise to get there. Putting foods with kid appeal on lower shelves so they can see and lobby for it and putting impulse buy items at the Check Out. Even the smell wafting from the bakery has been calculated to increase the number of items in your shopping cart. Though we'd like to think we are buying only needed products, we are not immune to subconscious cues.

Designing environments

Supermarkets and serious retailers never try to reform man, that’s much too difficult. What they do is modify the environment in such a way to get man moving in preferred directions.

When we design for behavior change, we are much more successful than if we rely on persuasion. The environment surrounding an individual, affects their behavior. Creating a situation that encourages and supports behavior changes, increases the likelihood that those positive choices will be sustainable for a long time. The click versus brick story isn’t new and the repercussions have been felt for over a decade. Some salons need to change their mindset from worrying about, 'How can we compete?' when they should be focusing on 'How can we engage?' It’s not just about bridging the gap between the physical and digital: the former needs to learn from the latter.

Salons need to change their mindset from "How do we compete?" to "How can we engage?"
Great products trump most things, but as the products and services become more alike, it’s even more important to distinguish a salon from its competition through its behaviors and beliefs. When physical spaces are designed as extensions, with whole branded experiences to both context and customer at their core, truly amazing moments occur.

Creative Possibilities

Possibilities are a force that has transformed the world. It is possibilities that have allowed us to go to the moon, seek new vistas and to invent the Internet.  A recent study in evolutionary biology asked the question, "What is the most powerful driving force, with regard to growth of the human brain?" The study found that the brain has shifted from being a perceptual organ to an influential organ. We are wired for possibilities. Your brain will move you towards your goal, long before you know it. It is called preemptive perception.

When you are on a path to go from where you are to where you want to be, look inside. When all else fails, imagine. Because imagination is an extremely powerful force that activates the action center of the brain.

Human life is inherently creative. It’s why we all have different resumes. We create our lives and can recreate them as we go through them. It's the common currency of being a human being. We all create our own lives through this restless process of possibilities, but creativity cannot flourish in mechanistic conceptions. Death Valley is the hottest, driest place in America. Nothing grows there because it never rains. In the winter in 2004 seven inches of rain fell over a very short period. In the spring of 2005 there was a phenomenon. The whole floor of Death Valley was carpeted in flowers for a while. What it proved was that Death Valley isn’t dead, it’s dormant. Right beneath the surface are these seeds of possibility waiting for the right conditions to come about. If the conditions are right, life and creativity is inevitable.

The question is not how to compete—it’s how do we evolve? We need to create a culture of possibilities in our salons. If we do that, people will rise and achieve beyond anticipation!

What the caterpillar calls the end of the world, the master calls the butterfly!

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Self-Regulation Update | Canadian Education Association (CEA)

Self-Regulation Update | Canadian Education Association (CEA) | A New Paradigm of Development | Scoop.it
Dr. Stuart Shanker is best known as Canada’s leading expert on the science of self-regulation. Dr.
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Everything You Need to Know About Social Media Command Centers

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A social media command center is a dedicated area where a company can monitor and engage in social conversation around their brand and market.

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AlGonzalezinfo's curator insight, June 2, 2013 5:07 PM

Very interesting read.  I took the time to download the Clemson pdf, sign of things to come...

 

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What are some uses of social media command centers?

 

~Connect with key decision makers. Dell uses their command center to connect with IT leaders to uncover helpful information in order to better understand customers.

 

~Give executives an at-a-glance look at the social health of your brand. Cisco installed a 2-screen kiosk in front of their CEO and CMO’s offices so company leaders can keep one eye on the brand.

 

~Stay connected. Clemson University’s command center was used by student researchers to monitor conversations about academics, NCAA athletics, alumni and student activities, and community programs.

 

~Serve as the platform for your crisis communications plan. American Red Cross staff and digital volunteers listen to online conversations, interacting directly with people who need help or have questions.

 

~Inform content strategy and development. Edelman Digital is the interactive arm of the world’s largest independently-owned public relations firm. They’ve set up their own Social Intelligence Command Center (SICC), which monitors the social web to gather data for many activities, including content strategy and development.

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interesting, not sure how many would have the luxury to have such center. it has to be tied to a more traditional corporate management function to justify setting one up, probably.
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Is TV losing its exclusivity to the Internet?


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Internet beat TV, Spiral Leader make Insight for Market, Money Follow to Content on Demand.

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Kim's curator insight, June 4, 2013 12:47 PM

MANCHESTER, UK -- Ryan McDermott talks with Yahoo TV UK about his brilliant new sitcom 'Staff Room.' The pilot shoot just wrapped and the team has managed to attract big name talent. This is a first.

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5 Things To Do When You Lead A Digital Transformation

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CIO Isaac Sacolick on 5 Things to keep in mind if you want to succeed as a leader of a digital transformation.

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*/S.Y\  The  Evolution  on Web   born  Revolution on  Mindset  for  Consumers. New  Products & Services  with  Original  Quality.  

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Why the future of your business depends on curiosity

Why the future of your business depends on curiosity | A New Paradigm of Development | Scoop.it

In an economy of individuals with everyone in the world close to all the information in the world, organizations can no longer just copy-paste their strategy and plans from the year before. There is no way back. The open world is here to stay and expected to further accelerate. The future will be less about money, power or size, but more about agility, networking and sharing. In order to survive, businesses need to grow to a permanent state of curiosity, making it a core strategic competence.

Barriers to Curiosity

While every human being is curious by nature, organizations are not. Most management practices are failing and working against driving organizational curiosity: hierarchical and silo structures prevent bottom-up or transversal creativity, closed mindsets block fresh thoughts from the outside world, and funnel thinking limits the survival of out-of-the-box ideas. Companies can only be curious because they are composed of individuals who are curious. But the problem with individuals is that they are all victims of their own human limitations. We suffer from an illusion ofknowledge bias, thinking we know more than we actually do. We suffer from false consensus bias, starting from our own vision of the world, believing that everybody thinks like us and would make the same choices. We suffer from observational selection bias making us find new evidence to support our own false beliefs. We suffer from agnosticism bias, not knowing what we don’t know, focusing too much on things we already do know.

 

The future will be less about money, power or size, but more about agility, networking and sharing. In order to survive, businesses need to grow to a permanent state of curiosity, making it a core strategic competenc


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Four steps for overcoming barriers and stimulating curiosity within your organization.

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Leadership and Emotional Intelligence Development. | Improving Leadership, Individual and Team Performance.

Leadership and Emotional Intelligence Development. | Improving Leadership, Individual and Team Performance. | A New Paradigm of Development | Scoop.it
Emotional Intelligence gives an advantage in the achievement of “success” and is more important than IQ-This is especially true for Leadership (Leadership and Emotional Intelligence Development.)...

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Emotional Intelligence is broken down into competences which are categorised by Goleman into Dimensions: Self-Awareness, Self-Regulation, Motivation, Empathy and Social Skills.  -  */S.Y\  

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The Power of Conceptual Thinking to Strengthen Your Leadership

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Enhance the abstract part of your brain to best convey your vision and stimulate creativity. The fourth in a seven-part series on leadership communication.

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Blanchard told me: "Creativity is not a department. It is a trait that we encourage in everybody." His thinking tendencies around relationships, collaboration, and new ideas bubbled to the surface. Communicating that personal tendency--and vision--of his required him to link creativity and conceptual thinking with his workforce.  -  */S.Y\  Leadership is Capacity of Decoding the existent Reality .

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Train Your Brain to Focus

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Next time you are sitting in a meeting, take a look around. The odds are high that you will see your colleagues checking screens, texting, and emailing while someone is talking or making a presentation.

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Organizing your mind, and your team members’ minds, will yield a solid payoff in the year ahead. Adding “high-quality focus” is a great place to start. - */S.Y\ Critical Thinking give new Mindset, becoming a Thought Leader. Thought Leader can realize new Business Decisions for SME's - Nanotechnology /New IP of Nano /. Also, Thought Leader can make correct Strategic Consulting for any company / working with Big Data /. Philosopher Kings: Business leaders would benefit from studying great writers. - */S.Y\ Looking for answers with new Mindset after Transformation .

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A Model of the Creative Process - Hugh Graham Creative

A Model of the Creative Process - Hugh Graham Creative | A New Paradigm of Development | Scoop.it

The Gather phase correlates with research, but involves both specific and general information. Specific information about the project and its background and goals, but also more general information on the context of experience. Gathering should be done in as non-judgmental a way as possible (though of course we all bring our own history to bear), which is why ethnographic techniques (observation, etc.) have such value in this process.


Gestate is the process of ‘mulling over’ – it might involve noodling around, or thinking, or taking a walk, but it’s not aimed at created the final product. It’s hard for our minds to move straight from research to solution; this can be described as the time for lateral thinking.


Create is where the ideas are generated. At their best, ideas come forward in unexpected ways and at unexpected times. We need to get them out there without worrying about whether they are the right idea or not. Sometimes the right idea comes out of the wrong idea. Creating can be done alone or in small groups. There is always a tendency to engage in critique during the generative phase (especially when working in groups), but that makes coming up with ideas much more difficult.


Critique is where we refine and revise out ideas, explore other combinations, and connect our ideas back to the mission and vision of our project (whatever that is). This can be done in groups (through charrettes, for instance), with the goal of moving the process forward toward greater fidelity. Critique can be destructive if it gets personal, but it can also be very constructive and is in fact a generative act.


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10 Skills The Workforce of the Future Will Need

10 Skills The Workforce of the Future Will Need | A New Paradigm of Development | Scoop.it

I find myself averse to writing predictions of the future as most predictions fail. Take a few minutes to peruse some older covers of magazines on a blog like Paleofuture and you may find yourself chuckling at the image of planes landing on top of skyscrapers and airships shuttling thousands of people lazily from one city to the next one.

Even the posts as late as 1980 are a little cringeworthy now, and many articles written today will seem equally ridiculous to later generations.

A great example is OMNI Magazine's prediction of 47 careers that would be common in the future, like "space geographer" or "microwave marketer." Most predictions of the future simply take the present and add 20 to it or reflect the personal prejudices and naive expectations of the predictor.

Yet, as I scroll through these relics of futures that never came, I started to wonder if it really is such a bad idea to take some time and ponder how work and careers would change in the coming decades. Maybe such predictions seem silly, but back in the '70s, who would have changed a lucrative job manufacturing cars for a career in robotics? They might have, had they seen the articulated robotic arms being sold to General Motors and its competitors. In 1990, when the fledging web was emerging, how many people thought they needed to jump into online security? Today, it is one of the most in-demand jobs.

I soon realized that if I want to remain gainfully employed, it might be worth imagining what being gainfully employed will mean in several decades. With that thought in mind, I sat down at my keyboard and whipped up a list of 10 skills that I think the workforce of the future will need to know.

1. They will need to know how to create new worlds.

Virtual reality has been discussed for so long it has already started feeling retro. But the truth is, we have been building towards it for the last three decades, and it is moving from entertainment to everyday life, including classrooms, likeKhan Academy, where millions of children connect and learn every day. These virtual worlds will expand beyond the realm of entertainment to become extensions of the workplace environment and people will have to know how to move through them, manipulate them and create them. 

2. They will need to think holistically.

Resources will be limited and more will have to be done with less. We have been led to believe that resource constraints create vicious competition, but successful competitors in nature are often collaborators that can see a greater value in a whole, and how they fit into it. Already, companies like Patagonia and Zappos are asking their employees to focus on more than just the bottom line and are reaping benefits from it.

3. They will often be changing themselves mentally and physically to respond to challenges.

Adaptation is a must. Eventually, we as a species will become as malleable as our devices. The future workforce must expand their minds to envision what can be done when technology and nature are no longer separate and whole new categories of diversity become commonplace. It may seem like science fiction, but the boundaries of what humans can do will be pushed in the future and those working in it will need to know how to operate within a whole new set of boundaries.

4. They will turn information into matter and matter into base information on the fly.

Many people will become makers, creating prototypes on demand for all sorts of products. They will also be able to do the same in the opposite direction, taking apart things and breaking them down into information that can be shared amongst team members. Today, anyone can build things that only factories could produce, using their personal computer and a 3D printer that fits on their desk.

5. They have to be able to work without direct leadership in tight temporary organizations that will act independently.

The ability to build fast relationships is a must as well as the ability to manage oneself with little external input.

6. Those seeking long-term secure employment will find it in employee-owned and -operated companies.

Most service industries will have shed much of their workforce to automation, so many low skilled employees will find work in collectivized companies, which will fulfill niches that large multinational corporations will miss or ignore. Right now, the 7th largest firm in the U.S. is the employee owned company, Publix. In such situations, everyone, from the dishwasher to the chief executive, will need a good business sense.

7. Many future skills will relate to mind-machine interfaces.

If humans are to compete with machines in any meaningful way, they will have to become part machine themselves. In this way, humans are not in competition with machines, but working in concert with them. Already, contact lenses that can take pictures exist, so the machines are only getting closer and closer.

8. They will all be data analysts.

We swim in seas of data, and like most oceans, they will be dark waters that will require some navigation to sail through to find the dry land of useful information. Even now, a simple internet search can turn up millions of links, but it takes a trained mind to parse out which ones are relevant.

9. The ability to tell a good story will be valued over spreadsheets, graphs, and data points.

Data is fine, but people will still need to be convinced that a particular course of action is worth time and resources, and this is where the skills and abilities of a telling the data driven proof in a narrative way will become an important technique.

10. Our future workforce must be ready to become "shallow experts" very quickly on many different types of software, platforms, and services.

There will always be specialists, and they will continue to fulfill important niches, but considering the speed of change, no one platform can be expected to dominate a field forever. The biggest foundation skill the new workforce will need is the ability to develop a working knowledge of new systems in very little time, either to fulfill the expectations of their job, or to work with the specialists who will.

There you have it. Does this list describe the future of work? Are there some items I suggested that you see happening now? For sure, the future will be connected, collaborative and digital, and along the way, many ideas will be relegated to status that airships and moon bases occupy in our media today, yet we should never stop predicting. In predicting the future we learn something about our present and ourselves, and learning will always be the most important skill anyone, in any workforce, in any time period, can have in their toolbox. To explore more about this subject, check out many more articles on ImpactX exploring the changes technology will have on our lives, now and into the future.

This piece is part of Cisco's series on the workforce of the future. As the worldwide leader in networking, Cisco is committed to helping people develop the technology and career skills they will need to succeed in tomorrow's workforce. Learn more athttp://csr.cisco.com/pages/workforce-readiness


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» How To Create More Confidently - The Creative Mind

» How To Create More Confidently - The Creative Mind | A New Paradigm of Development | Scoop.it

Creating may often include anxiety and other sorts of fear. We need to develop courage and learn how to deal with these feelings to be more fully creative.

 

One idea from Eric Maisel: “All day long we’re supposed to get things right: pay our bills, pick up our kids, and so on. It is very hard to move from this everyday mindset to a creative mindset where huge mistakes and messes are permitted and even welcomed."


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Creating doesn't make us fearful but the exposure of ourself through creations does!

 

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The Creative Brief, And The Client's Role In It - Forbes

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Blaise Pascal would have been a fantastic creative brief writer (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Every advertising agency has their own take on the "creative brief," that sacred of sacred ad documents.

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... a short, powerful, inspiring creative brief that will yield untold genius for your business. - */S.Y\ Power Score is a Fuction of Your Permanent Creativity .
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Leadership Styles: Choosing the Right Approach for the Situation

Leadership Styles: Choosing the Right Approach for the Situation | A New Paradigm of Development | Scoop.it
Learn about transformational leadership, charismatic leadership, bureaucratic leadership, transactional leadership, servant leadership and more.

 

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http://www.scoop.it/t/21st-century-learning-and-teaching/?tag=LeaderShip

 

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Learn about transformational leadership, charismatic leadership, bureaucratic leadership, transactional leadership, servant leadership and more.

 

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http://www.scoop.it/t/21st-century-learning-and-teaching/?tag=LeaderShip

 

http://www.scoop.it/t/21st-century-learning-and-teaching/?tag=Situational+Leadership+Theory

 

 

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TwinPeaks Online

TwinPeaks Online | A New Paradigm of Development | Scoop.it

TwinPeaks Online has grown from a small computer retail store in Glendale, California in 1982 to a software design, sales and support company providing computing solutions to small and medium size businesses all over the United States, Canada, and beyond.


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Hi, TWINPEAKS ONLINE. - */S.Y\  The Modern World has Index of Transformation. QR - Codes, Cellular, Cryptocurrency , ... ext. Internet beat TV, Spiral Leader  make insight for Market, Money follow Content on Demand. Aspectology of A Permanent Creativity. Virtual Mirroring as Retrospection of New Social Media. 

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To develop and market advanced industry-specific accounting and management software worldwide.

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Big Data and the Future of Business | MIT Technology Review

Big Data and the Future of Business | MIT Technology Review | A New Paradigm of Development | Scoop.it
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Big Data and the Future of Business  with Spiral  Leader .  

*/S.Y\ Internet beat TV, Spiral Leader make Insight  for Market, Money follow Content on Demand. 
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The Importance of Teaching Critical Thinking

The Importance of Teaching Critical Thinking | A New Paradigm of Development | Scoop.it

Critical thinking is a term that is given much discussion without much action.  K-12 educators and administrators are pushed to teach the necessities as dictated by the standardized assessments in order to catch up the students to students of other countries.  In this push for better test scores, many students are leaving the K-12 education system lacking the critical thinking skills that are necessary to succeed in higher education or in the workplace (Smith & Szymanski, 2013).


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*/S.Y\  A  Permanent Creativity as  the Positive Result  of  Evolution  the Critical  Thinking .

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How to Cultivate a Creative Mind

How to Cultivate a Creative Mind | A New Paradigm of Development | Scoop.it
More often than not, success is synonymous with creativity. If success comes with being creative, the crucial question then, is what does it take to possess a creative mind?

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This unique cooperation of different portions of the brain will create the perfect environment for your mind to be at its creative best.  -  */S.Y\ Essential Qualities Of Leadership. - Creativity, Permanent Creativity & Multi - Level Creativity.  

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Ivon Prefontaine's curator insight, February 1, 2014 12:40 PM

Integrating written, artistic, spoken, and digital activities makes sense. They each stimulate the brain differently.

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How to Evaluate Your Own Emotional Intelligence

How to Evaluate Your Own Emotional Intelligence | A New Paradigm of Development | Scoop.it

by Daniel Goleman

 

"What you need now is emotional intelligence,’ was what China’s new president told a graduating class last month at their top tech school.

 

"Now Bloomberg’s Businessweek tells us that Yale’s school of management has added a test of emotional intelligence to its admissions requirements.

 

"And how’s your emotional intelligence?

 

"Just as for IQ, there are several theoretical models of emotional intelligence, each supported by its own set of research findings. The one I’ve proposed — which has fared well in predicting actual business performance — looks at a spectrum of EI-based leadership competencies that each helps a leader be more effective.

 

"Here are some questions that will help you reflect on your own mix of strengths and limits in EI. This is not a “test” of EI, but a “taste” to get you thinking about your own competencies:"


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How to Evaluate Your Own Emotional Intelligence. - */S.Y\ A Permanent Creativity as the Index of Emotional Intelligence.

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Your Least Engaged Employees Might Be Your Top Performers

Your Least Engaged Employees Might Be Your Top Performers | A New Paradigm of Development | Scoop.it

Some of the most engaged employees in your organization are your worst performers. And some of the least engaged are your highest performers. This conclusion comes from new research by the consulting firm, Leadership IQ.


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This conclusion comes from new research by the consulting firm, Leadership IQ. - */S.Y\ A Permanent Creativity as Index of High - Potential Talent .

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The value of Big Data: How analytics differentiates winners

The value of Big Data: How analytics differentiates winners | A New Paradigm of Development | Scoop.it

Big Data is quickly becoming a critically important driver of business success across sectors, but many executives say they don’t think their companies are equipped to make the most of it. Bain & Company surveyed executives at more than 400 companies around the world, most with revenues of more than $1 billion. We asked them about their data and analytics capabilities and about their decision-making speed and effectiveness.

The results were surprising: We found that only 4% of companies are really good at analytics, an elite group that puts into play the right people, tools, data and intentional focus. These are the companies that are already using analytics insights to change the way they operate or to improve their products and services. And the difference is already visible.

 

Source: The value of Big Data: How analytics differentiates winnersSeptember 17, 2013, BAIN insights

By Rasmus Wegener and Velu Sinha

 

Report: http://www.bain.com/Images/BAIN%20_BRIEF_The_value_of_Big_Data.pdf

 


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Some industries are farther along than others—financial services, technology and healthcare, for example, are leading players in redefining the battlegrounds and business models, based on their analytics capabilities and insight-driven decisions.  -  */S.Y\ 

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The Importance of Critical Thinking: Why You Should Encourage All Those Why Questions

The Importance of Critical Thinking: Why You Should Encourage All Those Why Questions | A New Paradigm of Development | Scoop.it
Follow @ThePoachedEgg The Importance of Critical Thinking: Why You Should Encourage All Those ‘Why’ Questions Beyond Teachable Moments Do you have a child who constantly asks: “Why?” (We do).

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The ability to think critically is a rare skill these days.   -   */S.Y\  New Smart Content.A Rational Mindset is Result of the Positive Critical Thinking

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How is Critical Thinking Different from Analytical or Lateral Thinking? | ReadyToManage

How is Critical Thinking Different from Analytical or Lateral Thinking? | ReadyToManage | A New Paradigm of Development | Scoop.it

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How is Critical Thinking Different from Analytical or Lateral Thinking. – */S.Y\ A Permanent Creativity give “Things of Perfection”,The Real Application of They born Smart Transformation / New Understanding & Analytical Wisdom/.

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