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How Do Artists Differ From Bank Officers? | Beautiful Minds, Scientific American Blog Network

How Do Artists Differ From Bank Officers? | Beautiful Minds, Scientific American Blog Network | Global Leaders | Scoop.it
What are creative people like? As we saw in my prior post, various creativity researchers tend to converge on the same conclusion: creative people are complex. ...
Anne Egros's insight:

 

Sounds familiar to me : 

 

"Creative people have a great deal of physical energy, but often need their rest. They tend to be both introverted and extroverted at the same darn time. And perhaps most strikingly, their high levels of openness to experience and sensitivity expose them to great suffering and pain as well as intense joy and euphoria"

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Cross-Cultural Advertising. A talk by Patrick Fong. [65min]

"The advertising industry legend Patrick Fong in Hong Kong PolyU Design's Speakers Series. Patrick Fong specializes in making ethnic advertising economically viable by developing pioneering cross-cultural advertising concepts. 

While in Canada he pioneered multicultural advertising and watched as his innovations spread to greatly influence the US and rest of the world."


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Jim Kordoba's comment, January 25, 2012 4:29 PM
Thank you for sharing ! Have a great intercultural day ! :)
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We need creative people to facilitate the understanding of data

We need creative people to facilitate the understanding of data | Global Leaders | Scoop.it

"Creativity is driven by Social dynamics.

Creativity is the result of a set of relationships with a strong social dimension and emotional. It is a collaborative environment (and this is where HR can play a significant role), hence the change of focus towards the organizational culture and transformation in design organizations.”

 

“We need an inclusion in this dialogue from artists, from poets, from writers — from ===> people who can bring a human element into this discussion. <====

 

Because I believe that this world of data is going to be transformative to us.”

 

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Via Karen Steffensen, michel verstrepen, Joao Brogueira, Gust MEES
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