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The 4C model of Creativity

Idea to Value

Is it possible to be creative, even if you are not a genius changing the world? Yes, of course. But how do you compare the creativity of a child, to someone who is a professional? This is where the 4C model of creativity comes in. The 4C model of Creativity.

Why decentralising ideation processes supports innovation

The Future Shapers

A systematic approach to innovation is extremely important when you want to get real results out of it. Just like it is for any business function. While this is a good starting point for innovation, you shouldn’t stop there. Just look at any large company that’s known for being truly innovative.


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Society 2045 Vision of the Garden World

Tullio Siragusa

Society 2045 Vision of the Garden World. Can you imagine a future with more collaboration and less chaos? Is it possible? This past summer, Society 2045 had a series of interviews with change makers seeking to improve the way society works.

Bringing social impact into circular economy

Board of Innovation

There's another side to the circular economy coin: the people. So how do we address the negative social impact of the circular economy? The post Bringing social impact into circular economy appeared first on Board of Innovation. All Social Impact Circular economy

Your Guide to Using Conversational Marketing to Drive Demand Generation

What is conversational marketing really about? This guide will examine the market forces at play, shifting buyer trends, how to leverage conversation marketing, and the tactics involved in adopting it for a B2B demand generation strategy.

How to Teach Young Adults to Identify Fake News? Make a Game they can Play!

Rmukesh Gupta

I recently read this article about a new video game that is on Kickstart that allows young adults to learn about how to distinguish between real and fake news. You can read the article here.

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We’re Disrupting People Instead of Industries Now

Innovation Excellence

In 1997, when Clayton Christensen first published The Innovator’s Dilemma and introduced the term “disruptive innovation,” it was a clarion call. Business leaders were put on notice: It is no longer enough to simply get better at what you already … Continue reading → Innovation anxiety depression disruption income inequality productivity taxes

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The One Thing That Will Kill An Innovation And What You Can Do To Avoid It

Phil McKinney

When most innovators pitch what they think is the next brilliant innovation, I’m shocked by how many of the innovators will make what sound like extreme claims without taking take the time to fact-check. While fact-checking is most commonly applied to journalism.