“Successfully navigating an increasing complex world will require creativity.”
The primary conclusion of IBM’s 19th Global C-suite Study from interviews with 1,541 Chief Executive Officers from 60 countries and 33 industries worldwide.
“IBM Global C-suite Study, 19th Edition”
“The world economy no longer pays you for what you know; Google knows everything. The world economy pays you for what you can do with what you know.”
Director for Education and Special Adviser on Education Policy to the Secretary-General at the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development.
Study after study from many of the worlds greatest thinkers and think tanks, in evaluating and forecasting the current and likely state of technology and innovation’s impact on global economies, and how humanity will participate in those environments, consistently finds two fundamental needs as most paramount:
• The ability to collaboratively work together (which we covered in the social emotional domain), and
• Creativity, which we cover here.
• Millions saw the apple fall, but Newton asked why.
- “Innovators DNA”
- Is there a way to measure creativity? And if there is, how do we rate?
- When Children Follow their Curiosity
- ”How to Escape Education’s Death Valley” by Sir Ken Robinson”
- Brené Brown on the birthplace of creativity is vulnerability and how shame creates “creativity scars”
- The cognitive seat of creativity is the executive function Cognitive Flexibility and how play develops it. Dr. Adele Diamond, Ph.D.
- The Decline of Play. Dr. Peter Grey, Ph.D
- Stanford’s Challenge Success – The Truth about Homework and Scheduling kids. Dr. Denise Pope, Ph.D