The Creativity at Work Blog

The Business of Creativity: Assessing the Creative Spark

Blog posts, Creativity and Innovation, Research studies|

  The Business of Creativity: Why it matters Assessing the creative spark: TIME (in collaboration with the Motion Picture Association of America and Microsoft) polled Americans [...]

Neuroscience takes us inside the learning brain

Learning and Development, Research studies|

Cognitive neuroscience will shape the future of corporate learning practices. I love cognitive neuroscience because the discoveries from this emerging field of study validate the [...]

Creativity on the Go: These iPad tools make it easy

Blog posts, Creativity Tips, Tools, & Techniques|

Ever since I got an iPad I've been experimenting with using it as a device for creative expression. I began by experimenting with photography, and [...]

Left vs Right Brain Infographic

Blog posts, Creativity and Innovation, Creativity Tips, Tools, & Techniques|

Left vs Right Brain Illustrated Is your left brain at war with your right brain?  In truth we are whole brain thinkers, and could not [...]

Scientist finds link between the neurobiology of music and language

Arts-based learning, Blog posts, Creativity and Innovation, Research studies|

A prime reason to incorporate arts-based learning in business and education: The link between the neurobiology of music and language "The brain on arts is different [...]

OECD Report on Teaching Creativity in Schools

Blog posts, Learning and Development|

Teaching Creativity "Are we really serious when we say that schools should nurture creativity and other skills for innovation?" This OECD report on Asian educational [...]

Everything Starts with an Idea, with Imagination

Arts in Business, Blog posts|

Carlos Santana on Creativity in Business and Art: "Everything starts with an idea, with imagination." It's so interesting to read about Santana's creative process. It [...]

The Progress Principle and the Power of Small Wins

Blog posts, Books, Creativity Tips, Tools, & Techniques, Research studies|

[amazon template=image&asin=142219857X] The Progress Principle: Using Small Wins to Ignite Joy, Engagement, and Creativity at Work by Teresa Amabile and Steven Kramer, Harvard Business Review [...]