The use of crowdsourcing: the goal for me, is to engage and move the crowd towards a new direction, by encouraging out individual thinking and discovery, searching for combining these contributions; ones that lead to novel, new answers that move a challenge forward into a solution, one that has [...]
Before her father George passed away in 1990, Mira Nakashima, “only 74,” spent 20 years as his apprentice at their family's Nakashima woodworking studios in New Hope, Pennsylvania. The training was of the Stotan variety: Her father spoke little to her, expected her to learn by doing, demanded long hours, [...]
When you have come up with great ideas the question is how to make them reality. In practice, I have learned that if they don't fit your organizational goals, your idea will be rejected and nothing will materialize in the end. It is essential to check this fit as early [...]
Becoming more creative, even just a tiny bit, will enhance what you do everyday, at work, at home, or anywhere. Let's look at how you learn it.
There are various schools of thought about how to learn creativity. One approach is to study the functioning of the brain. The psychology profession [...]
Louis Boone should have included this pearl of wisdom in the university-level textbooks he wrote for marketing, business, and economics courses. His textbooks were the ones that educated many of the world's current CEOs, CFOs, and other executives. While some of these Boone-trained business leaders are making waves with their [...]