The first module of the Creative Leadership course has a new name: "It starts with you!"
The name reflects the most important dimension of a leadership course: Developing your leadership does not begin with new tools and techniques.
It begins with building an awareness…Continue
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We are expanding the community.
In a world with less money and scarce resources, we must increase creativity and think new. In many parts of the world people are struggling to adapt to new times. Our task as leaders is to turn the volume up for innovation and bring more people on…Continue
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The Creative Leadership course will for the first time be taking place in New York city. It is an open course, so if you know of friends or contacts you think would benefit from this experience, please spread the word. The date of the course is September 25th to September 27th. More information about venue and details will…Continue
KaosPilots are now starting in Bern, Switzerland. The team behind the initiative organized a Creative Leadership course to build a strong network and develop the creative capacity of the core team. Eventually this sparked a further interest for an additional course.
This means that we have been in Bern…Continue
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An ever-changing world needs leaders that can create spaces for people and ideas to grow. Creative Leadership trains leaders to initiate and facilitate an innovative process. The engagement of the people involved is a focal…Continue
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Quite an interesting statement, coming from a tech-inspired publication.
In Spain, where I live, I have several times posed the question of where to send a student that wnat to be an artist AND an entrepreneur.
So far, no…Continue
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I came across this very inspiring talk by Raghava KK, a young artist from India. He made a childrens book for the iPad and demonstrates in this short and funny talk how he uses perspectives to teach children creativity and empathy.
Raghava KK argues that art and creativity are…Continue
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This week I attended the Front End of Innovation conference in Boston. I made a presentation about the KaosPilots and about how the way we learn can improve our ability to be innovative. My main point was, that in order to create something genuinely new we have to become new ourselves.
One attendee told me that…Continue
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Late March we completed the third module of the Creative Leadership course with the design faculty of Cape Peninsula University of Technology in Cape Town, South Africa. As part of the work we had the opportunity to work with Heart Capital, a…Continue
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Leading the process of creating ideas and solutions based on knowledge spread around the world can be a difficult task. It can seem insurmountable.
To counter these difficulties in sharing, creating and using ideas spread around the world, the creative minds at Ideo have created a space and environment for sharing thoughts, ideas and designs called OpenIdeo.
If it is not a solution, it is at least a…Continue
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Mugendi K. M'Rithaa, senior lecturer in Industrial Design at the Cape Peninsula University of Technology in Cape Town shares his experience of participating in a three day course of creative leadership together with his colleagues from the Faculty of Informatics and Design.…
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