If you are trying to figure out how you, your employees, your organization or even students can come up with ideas that are original and innovative, these talks provide a plethora of insight. While some are blessed with more artistic ability than others, creativity is something that is not restricted to a particular personality type and can be worked on intellectually and with practice.
Sir Ken Robinson discusses the missing puzzle piece in education and the need for change. The English author and professional speaker explains how standardization, conformity and compliance are hindering young generations in fulfilling their creative potential.
Author Malcolm Gladwell talks about the human mind and how cultivating a more creative perspective is necessary to come up with ideas that are unique. He provides practical steps that might seem unnatural to more logical individuals.
The Jeremy Gutsche keynote on innovation offers points from his New York Times bestseller Better and Faster: The Proven Path to Unstoppable Ideas. This includes identifying patterns of opportunity, traps entrepreneurs can fall into and how to overcome them.
25 Ways to Come Up With Ideas
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Innovating Better and Faster
Steps to Creative Ideation
The Missing Puzzle Piece in Education
Technology as a Tool
The Fears of Innovation