As a matter of fact, the Indian education system overvalues memorisation over innovation and originality is its biggest limitation. Memorising material simply may help students score good marks in exams, but it can’t teach them the skills they require to confront real world challenges.
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A case for using creativity thinking in schools.
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We’ve built robots to help us do lots of things, but what is the future of work when the robots find they’re better than us at everything?
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Watch this 15-minute video. What do you perceive the challenges are? How might you leverage WCIW April 15 – 21 to advance your thinking and acting?
Six Degrees of Innovation, are:
- Tailor-made products and services that meet customers’ individual needs; such as downloading personalized apps to a mobile phone.
- Sustainability; where companies minimize waste and manage resource costs.
- Jointly owned assets; such as peer-to-peer businesses.
- Only paying for service that is used; such as car-share companies.
- Effective monitoring of supply chains; such as businesses which use handheld tracking systems to better monitor their operations.
- Using data to easily adapt to customer needs; such as clothing companies that can quickly produce new designs to meet fashion trends
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Six degrees of innovation… do you agree with these?
We are already in the middle of the Sixth Extinction. Perhaps it began around 10,000 years ago with the end of the Pleistocene Era. As people migrated into the middle of the North American continent for the first time with the end of the last ice …
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Good reason to stir creative embers and encourage people to use new ideas and approaches, make new decisions and take new actions… and to use World Creativity and Innovation Week April 15 – 21 as a catalyst. Join in.
“We could have saved The Planet but, we were too damned lazy.”
If you want to attract the largest generation in history to work at your company, you’re going to have to give them two things: a sense of purpose and the ability to innovate.
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Imagine capturing that spirit during World Creativity and Innovation Week April 15 – 21.
Individual and collective creativity are the motors of innovation.
To prepare for World Creativity and Innovation Week April 15 – 21, 2016
- Look at how creative your people can be and what the conditions are to make them creative.
- See your situation and resources with new eyes, transcend away confrontational style of communication to an inclusive one. (For example, replace the phrase ‘yes, but’, with ‘yes, and’)
- Focus on the creative potential of the people involved.
- Keep in mind: Seeing creative potential doesn’t necessarily mean being able to work with it. That’s another skill set. To be covered later on.
(adapted from Citizen-Driven Innovation Guidebook issued by the World Bank)
According to authors Katie Davis and Howard Gardner, today’s students view their lives as a string of ordered apps. Does this mindset help or hurt their ability to think creatively?
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What are your thoughts?