Is it realistic to find authentic medieval feeling nowadays? These fabulous pictures provide secret views of one of the best preserved medieval old towns in Europe, Tallinn, the capital of Estonia. Tallinn was first mentioned in 1154 by the name Qlwn. Nowadays it is one of the Europe's best kept secrets.
Rather than attempt to develop educational structures that increase individual student creativity… it is more important to pursue an understanding of the unique learning that accrues to young people when they participate in the development of group-generated creative ideas.
Too often, data is viewed skeptically by artists and designers. Putting aside the many culprits for this—the segregation of art education from science and math, to name one—this skepticism is marked by what seems like perfectly reasonable logic
As a tiny globally distributed company, we use a lot of tools to collaborate, but sometimes it just makes a lot more sense to get together in person. In our last post we described how the entire Strategyzer team gathered for a company retreat in Tunisia to work on alignment. This post outlines the guidelines we used to design a productive workshop.
Annie Talvé's insight:
For sound learning approaches, you can't beat the Stategyzer team.
Last night the city library staff, stakeholders and entrepreneurs from across the country gathered at the British Library to celebrate the launch of an independent economic impact study on the Enterprising Libraries project.
By Supriya Desai Many high performing senior managers, leaders and executives find themselves at some point in their careers faced with the challenge of leading a strategically critical, highly visible transformation program. The company needs to move in a new direction, a start-up must professionalize, product and service innovations must be [...]
'‘Creativity’ is the new buzz-word in arts funding, sponsorship and administration, as well as in other spheres of government, business, education, training and personal development.A recent piece on ArtsHub entitled ‘How to Have Creative Conversations’ tells us how to ‘spark creativity and collaboration’ (another buzz-word), citing a study by ‘the Social Psychological and Personality Science (SAGE)’ alongside ‘author and…
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