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Original Thinkers: What qualities? Dr. Mark Batey, Manchester Business School

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Brains, dopamine and gadgets: are faciliation and leadership practices changing?

Great insight into what’s happening to our wired techno-addicted brains from NPR’s program, Fresh Air, describing findings from New York Times technology and telecommunications reporter Matt Richtel. The findings triggered my thinking: is the dopamine squirt that accompanies the immediate … Continue reading

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Male and female creativity, is there a difference?

Let’s get real, okay?  There is a difference between female and male creativity. One is not better than the other. Both are valuable, both are worthy. Both men and women have new ideas and make new decisions, and they do … Continue reading

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Creativity Courses on the Rise at Business Schools

I can’t help but be amazed by how many business people are catching the ‘creativity germ’.  Not surprising given the growing interest and focus on innovation. So the market is there, demand is growing and business schools are responding by … Continue reading

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