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Getting your ideas across – from concept to fruition

Alternate Title: Making your ideas happen – in five easy steps Printable version of Post Ideas » creativity » innovation Ideas are the force behind creativity – they usually begin with a concept. Innovation occurs when an idea is developed and the concept becomes a reality – i.e. it is brought to ‘fruition’ (I am … Continue reading »

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The difference between Creativity and Innovation

My previous post introduced a useful structure from Dr Lum Phui Yuen at ThinkingSphere to help us in the creativity process.  The process moves from generating ideas, to working out possible solutions, to developing a plan of action.  When the plan is executed, and we have an outcome, we have moved from creativity to innovation. … Continue reading »

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Creativity – it’s about having wild ideas

In my previous post I pointed to my first free nugget – a short video titled: 29 WAYS TO STAY CREATIVE. I also wrote about some thoughts from Tom Peters on ‘the nature of work’.  One of Tom’s messages was that as automation and artificial intelligence extends into the workplace, creative jobs hold the key … Continue reading »

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Creativity – and why it is important

A while back I read an article by Tom Peters about how the changing nature of work is both a big problem and also a big opportunity (Financial Times, August 26, 2012).  In it, I found a couple of Tom’s statements to be rather confronting: “Generic “brain-work”, the traditional and dominant white-collar activities that now … Continue reading »

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