Monthly Archives: May 2012

Creative Oklahoma Announces South Korean Researcher to Help Develop Oklahoma Innovation Index

OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLA. (May 31, 2012) – Flora Hyunjung Cho has joined the Creative Oklahoma team as an intern for the summer of 2012. She is a M. Ed. student in interdisciplinary studies in Educational Administration and Early Childhood Education at Idaho State University. Cho is originally from Ulsan, South Korea and researches creativity in

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Why Leaders Should Encourage Creative Risks

By David Burkus | The Creativity Post Research suggests that psychological safety and the willingness to take risks are potent antecedents to creative insight.   It seems like the world is changing at an increasing pace. In order to stay competitive, many organizations are placing their bets on enhancing their innovation. It’s a worthwhile pursuit. Innovative organizations

Oklahoma ArtScience Prize Students Chosen to Attend Paris Innovation Workshop

  OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLA. (May 15, 2012) – The Oklahoma ArtScience Prize winning team was announced on May 11, 2012 at the Oklahoma ArtScience Awards and Announcement Ceremony at the Metro Technology Center Auditorium.  Team Virtual Hope, whose project is entitled One Step Up, seeks to bring together resources needed by homeless families.  Their decision

New survey shows small businesses thriving in Oklahoma

By April Hill - KMRG Oklahoma ranks third on a new list of best places to run a small business. The national survey of small business owners was conducted by the Kauffman Foundation, an organization that promotes entrepreneurship. Researchers talked to more than 275,000 small business owners. The state ranked the third-best in the nation for small

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