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The Art and Practice of Facilitating in Virtual Environments Online Facilitation Unconference 2014:A Learning Exchange As Part Of International Facilitation Week For the second year in a row, this informal, community-driven event brings together...
Isaac Asimov, the science fiction author and essayist, had a pretty good grasp on creativity. Here's one of his best tips on finding new ideas and nurturing creativity from one of his previously unreleased essays.
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Regardless of where on the spectrum of formal structure a present day meeting may lie, a simple yet powerful assumption most often hangs in the shadows: “Silence means consent!” These words are specifically spelled out in Robert’s Rules of Order.
In 1959 Issac Asimov wrote an essay on where new ideas come from. It wasn't found until fifty-five years later, when Arthur Obermayer, scientist and friend of Asimov, cleaned out some of his old files.