Disrupt or Be Disrupted: How to Cultivate Creativity at Work
The World Economic Forum lists creativity among the top 10 most important skills of the future. Creative thinking allows people to perceive the world in new ways, make connections between seemingly unrelated ideas, and design solutions for complex business objectives. Without creativity, organizations and their employees lack innovation and risk falling behind competitors.
But there’s good news for learning leaders — creativity is a skill that can be taught. The five-step creative framework outlined in this workbook will help you and your team cultivate the creative muscle memory needed to give your company a competitive edge.