Monthly Archives: December 2010

Creative cities, cultural clusters and local economic development

Creative cities, cultural clusters and local economic development This book analyses the economic development of cities from the ‘cultural economy’ and ‘creative industry’ perspectives, examining and differentiating them as two related but distinct segments of contemporary city economies. The authors … Continue reading

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Creative Economies, Creative Cities: Asian-European Perspectives

Creative Economies, Creative Cities The cultural and creative industries have become increasingly prominent on many policy agendas in recent years. Governments have identified the growing consumer potential for cultural/creative industry products in the home market, as well as for the … Continue reading

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Management at the time of social media

Management at the time of social media For the first time in history it is not profitable to simply think that managers manage and workers work. Creativity and the need for intrinsic inspiration and risk taking demand individual responsibility and … Continue reading

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The Internet-based firm

The Internet-based firm Individuals and tasks must then be transparent and must communicate on an ongoing basis to let each other responsively identify feasible approaches. They must communicate information the very moment it is created in order to develop common … Continue reading

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Concealed Neuroanatomy in Michelangelo’s Separation of Light From Darkness in the Sistine Chapel

Read Michelangelo Buonarroti (1475–1564) was a master anatomist as well as an artistic genius. He dissected cadavers numerous times and developed a profound understanding of human anatomy. From 1508 to 1512, Michelangelo painted the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel in … Continue reading

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Boosting the productivity of knowledge workers

Boosting the productivity of knowledge workers The key is identifying and addressing the barriers workers face in their daily interactions. Nonetheless, many executives have a hazy understanding of what it takes to bolster productivity for knowledge workers. This lack of … Continue reading

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Knowledge intensive work as human centered, task-based and as collaborative learning

Knowledge intensive work as human centered, task-based and as collaborative learning Finland’s innovation system has previously been one of the world’s top systems. However, recently we have begun to fail in global comparisons of development of the information society and … Continue reading

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La creatività non è di destra né di sinistra

La creatività non è di destra né di sinistra Nasce da un intenso dialogo tra neuroni, non è vero che domina un emisfero. Altre conoscenze sulle capacità della mente verranno dalla neonata neuroestetica.

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Festival della Creatività – Firenze

Festival della Creatività 2010 Quattro giorni di talkshow, incontri, laboratori, mostre, concerti. Oltre 400 appuntamenti hanno animato Firenze, da giovedì 21 a domenica 24 ottobre, per il Festival della Creatività 2010. Il nuovo format impresso dalla Regione ha fatto breccia … Continue reading

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Repenser l’éducation des jeunes enfants

Repenser l’éducation des jeunes enfants L’accueil des enfants de la naissance à 7 ans a connu une progression quantitative importante ces dernières années et la question des conditions d’un tel accueil a suscité de nombreux débats. Si, au niveau international, … Continue reading

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