Monthly Archives: July 2010
Brainstorming has a bad reputation, mostly because most people have no clue how to run a brainstorming session. Gregg Fraley offers us “Eight Suggestions For Great Brainstorming/Ideation.”
Mike Brown has written a thoughtful essay about creative teams who burn through their creative energy. He cites a couple of opposing examples: The Beatles, who broke up when it was obvious that the magic was gone, The Rolling Stones … Continue reading
Perhaps we’ll never nail them all down, but here’s some research that identified six facets of individual creativity: The research showed that the test used could predict a person’s ability to come up with new solutions, collaborate with others, sell … Continue reading
Stolen from Dr. Mark’s Business Psychology Blog: What’s interesting about this number: 8,549,176,320? PS. And it’s not that it contains all the numbers between 0 and 9. Any ideas? Dr Mark’s Business Psychology Blog
The Google home page, 1998 to 2010.
The height of your ceiling can either help or hinder creative thinking.
Want to become more creative? Try doing nothing for a while. Stephen Shapiro explains:
Brainstorming has been given the Savage Chicken treatment. Check it out.
I remember sitting on the linoleum floor of our living room, in my pajamas, transfixed by that grainy images. We had set foot on another world. We need to go back. We need to go farther. And I believe that … Continue reading