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IBM Creative Leadership Study, 2011- more creativity needed among leaders

Creative leadership in action enables a wide range of product, process and business model innovations. Innovation will often require leadership styles characterised by influence rather than power. Managing the increasing complexity inherent in today’s environment requires leaders who will work … Continue reading

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What’s the big deal about creativity?

Let’s face it, people use their creativity everyday, even you.  You create mash-ups, make new decisions, use your imagination, combine existing elements into new patterns and relationships and more, and not necessarily because you want to. As conditions continue to … Continue reading

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Watson’s impact: the algorithm for creativity

Jeopardy was a great platform from which to reveal creative capacity.  A team of IBM designers from many disciplines worked four years to program this computer to be ‘smart’ enough to compete in a game of trivia.  It beat out … Continue reading

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