Creativity is a muscle that must be stimulated and fed every day. We are all born with creativity and how you use it, will determine our career and our life. Artists must increase their creativity to stay relevant.
Whilst in conversation about strategy with a fellow Action Learning Centre colleague, Helen Crane, she mentioned divergent and convergent thinking and how we each have a preference to one way of thinking or the other.
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.
From time to time all the creatives need to refresh their creative vision and take a look at their works from different angle. Admit that it’s quite difficult to evaluate your own work, especially when lots of time and efforts were put in it.
By David Slocum One recent issue of the Creativity and Innovation Management journal features an insightful study of team leadership, ‘Authenticity and Respect: Leading Creative Teams in the Performing Arts’.
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