The Creativity at Work Blog

Richard Diebenkorn: Notes to myself on beginning a painting

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Richard Diebenkorn: Seawall When I studied art at CCA in Oakland California, Richard Diebenkorn was one of my favourite painters (he still is) [...]

The 5 Sense Guide to Inspiring Workplace Creativity

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This handy infographic by captures the latest research on using sensory stimuli to enhance creativity. If you want to inspire workplace creativity, consider using these guidelines: [...]

Founder of MailChimp on creating an environment for creativity

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Fostering creativity and innovation In this video, Ben Chestnut, CEO and co-founder of MailChimp talks about his leadership style, and how his company creates  an [...]

Books to Stimulate your Imagination

Arts in Business, Blog posts, Books|

Last month I reported on the IBM 2010 Global CEO Study, which reveals that Creativity is the Most Crucial Factor for Future Success. CEOs believe [...]

Organizational Aesthetics: How the arts inform organizational learning and development

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Organizational Aesthetics is a journal about how the five senses and artistry inform business, non-profit, and government organizations. If you are interested in the theory [...]

3 Books on Creativity to Challenge your Perceptions

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The Creativity Revolution: Reinvent Your Creative Self to Shape the Future and Prosper By Dr Ashfaq Ishaq Dr Ashfaq Ishaq has a diverse background as an educator, economist [...]

Explorations in photo-based art-making

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  Ipad art by Linda Naiman: Lynn Canyon Well, I haven't been blogging, but I have been creating. Here are some of the [...]

Shifting work

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By Harold Jarche The death of middle class jobs (Associated Press): As software becomes even more sophisticated, victims are expected to include those who juggle tasks, [...]