Category: Creativity

Transcending Time: Cheating Death by Leaving a Lasting Legacy (Part 1)

In the vast expanse of eternity, human existence is but a fleeting moment. We are born into this world, journey through life, and ultimately face the inevitable fate that awaits us all: death. Yet, deep within the recesses of our souls, we yearn for something more—a longing to leave a mark, to defy the ephemeral nature of our lives, and to cheat death itself. How can we accomplish this seemingly impossible feat? The answer lies in the power of a lasting legacy.

10 Strategies to Better Utilize Your Subconscious in Problem Solving

Sometimes as problem solvers, designers, and data analysts, we fall into the trap of overthinking. We keep trying to tackle a problem from all angles, but we end up spinning our wheels and not making the progress we’re seeking.

How important action and iteration are to innovation and creativity?

The process of developing and implementing a novel concept is known as innovation. It is the process of transforming useful ideas into beneficial products, services, procedures, or methods of operation.

How to create an innovation strategy?

As Polaroid, Nokia, Sun Microsystems, Yahoo, Hewlett-Packard, and numerous others have discovered, innovation endeavours usually fail, and successful innovators have a difficult time maintaining their performance.

Do Educators Really Value Creativity?

What do teachers want in their students? Going by what they say, they want work done on time, they want respect and attention, and they want creative minds that can learn on their own. Or do they?

Disruptive Change:

Disruptive change is any kind of change that makes existing processes, technology, or ways of doing business obsolete.

Are Traditional Schools Destroying Creativity?

American educational system fosters conformity and rewards compliance rather than a creative approach to learning.

5 Ways to Unleash Your Creativity in a Constrained Environment 

It can be a challenge to stay creative in a constrained environment, but following these tips will help you find new ways to create. Be your own muse Find inspiration from other artists  Distract yourself from the constraints Try new methods  Break out of your comfort zone Try these constraints

Organizational Constraints: Obstacles or Opportunities?

One might think that constraints — whether they be rules and regulations, tight deadlines, or simply a lack of resources — can only stifle creativity within an organization.