Creativity that comes from expertise coupled with spatial proximity — the idea that creativity, innovation and economic output will thrive in places where people with similar knowledge sets are close together was perfect, until the COVID-19 rewrote the terms of telecommuting. Creativity, innovation and economic output thrives in places where people with similar knowledge sets are close together.Tweet The shift... Continue Reading →
Growing up makes us less creative
Three key elements of creativity—copy, transform, and combine—are the building blocks of all original ideas.
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Doodle by @giuliaforsythe drawn during @grantpotter‘s presentation Tinkering is often thought of a lot like doodling. Mindlessly playing around with things certainly can't help you learn, right? Well, as research points out, tinkering might actually be really good for learning. Tinkering, or figuring out how something works just by poking at it for a while,... Continue Reading →