With the transition from the information/knowledge economy to the creative economy, it’s more important than ever to make sure our kids are ready to compete in the workforce. The reality is that the schools are not preparing them so it falls on the community (parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles, etc) to mentor them.
So what are some tools and approaches to helping our kids discover and nurture their creative interests?
On May 6th 2011, 11 people volunteered their time to participate in a Killer Innovations workshop to “Innovate Education”. The following video shows the “grouping exercise” for the ideas generated during theworkshop.
The challenge for a corporate innovator is not to get dragged down into the normal, uninspired rate at which the organization operates. Innovation is about change - its about operating differently - its about fixing the innovation gap (lack of good ideas) and the innovation delay (speed of bringing innovations to market).
This force that pulls everyone to operate at the normal speed of the organization is a real-word example of entrainment.