Tag Archives: International Center for Studies in Creativity

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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Fostering creativity – a ppt from Tudor Rickards

Here’s an intro ppt to creativity from one of the giants in the field –  Tudor Rickards.  It’s a good reference for creativity professionals to view as a basic understanding of research in the field. Rickards is an author on … Continue reading

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Women’s Wisdom, Women’s Creativity. Guest blog by Dr. Susan Keller-Mathers

Sue and I have known each other for years through the International Center for Studies in Creativity where she is Assistant Professor.  This paper 2007 presents woman’s wisdom on creativity Sue collected and synthesized for her Ph.D.   It’s posted as … Continue reading

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Where does the future come from?

Do the decisions you make today influence how your future unfolds?  What if the future you look forward to is different from the one that occurs? How might you prepare? I am reading The Lights in the Tunnel by Martin … Continue reading

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Creativity. What’s it all about?

Creativity is good, does that mean that non-creativity is bad?  When is it appropriate to use new ideas and new decisions and when is it best to stay with the same-old, same-old?  Have you answered those questions for yourself yet? … Continue reading

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Leadership watchouts – cues for your self assessment

If you feel like things are falling-apart rest assured that this state always precedes things-coming-together, and in a different and often better way. New ideas, new decisions, that’s what creativity is all about. Nile Gardiner, a Washington-based foreign affairs analyst … Continue reading

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