This post begins:
"Can creativity be taught? If innovation is truly the key to this country’s success, then it’s time to think strategically about engendering creativity into our education system."
It reviews a new book, 'Ingenius: A Crash Course in Creativity.' The author, Tina Seelig, discusses her 'celebrated Innovation Engine' which consists of 'three internal human factors and three external influences.
The three interal human factors are:
* Knowledge which provides fuel for your imagination
* Imagination which is the catalyst for transforming knowledge into ideas
* Attitude - the spark that set the Innovation Engine in motion
For information on the three external influences as well as using failure to learn click through to the article.
Via Beth Dichter