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  • Creativity is Messy

    So many organizations are looking for a process to help them be more creative and innovative. Well, creativity is messy - processes are not.

  • The Playful Manifesto

    Creativity thrives when you play. But this doesn't mean you need to build a fancy physical playground. Instead, we should focus on the mental playground: creating the right atmosphere, mindset, and intrinsic motivation to play, and create value along the way.

  • Surprise!

    The ability to be surprised is an important part of being creative. We mustn't leave it to chance.

  • Is Creativity Overrated?

    Some argue that Creativity is overrated. If anything it is underrated. Here's why...

  • What Companies Can Learn from Artists to Improve Innovation

    Creativity is the driving force of innovation. Without creativity, innovation might be just luck. And since creativity plays such a major role in the process of innovation, we might as well learn from the professionals whose life is creative by definition.

  • Habit 0

    There is a connection between being imaginative and being highly effective. Before we start the journey of improving effectiveness, we must master the ability to see things differently and... imagine.

  • Get in Gear

    Imagine a classroom full of kids exploring and researching questions they came up with. Imagine that instead of learning predefined curated material, each of these kids goes on a journey - a path paved with curiosity, creativity, discovery, and imagination, leading to a place we cannot identify in advance.

  • Imagine

    We have a natural resource we are not using. It is the most valuable resource we have, and the one that makes us who we are, yet, we fail to use it to its full extent: our Imagination.

  • Choose to be Creative

    We are all born creative, so why many of us feel we are not? The choice is in our hands!

  • A Train, a Mouse, and a Young Woman

    A true story (and an imaginary one) about creativity (and train stations), a mouse (and alternate reality), and expecting the unexpected.

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