Daily Archives: February 6, 2013

Amplifying Creativity

The new book, Creative Intelligence, shows that creativity is a learned behavior that gets better with training — like sports. You can make creativity routine and a regular part of your life. That’s true for big companies as well as … Continue reading

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Is there a Creative Class?

One of the many implications of this work is to cast light on some of the most influential work in this field, by the American writer Richard Florida, and in particular its claims for a new ‘creative class‘.  More than … Continue reading

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The International Student Movement and the Future of Global Organizing

On Nov. 14, 2012, tens of thousands of students flooded the streets of Montreal to express opposition to the proposed tuition hikes. As the University of Ottawa international-development student marched to the tune of  “À qui la rue?” Whose streets? … Continue reading

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