“Creativity and Play”

by Kathy Goff, EdD cSchool Program Director   Learning is more than merely accumulating knowledge; it is also the understanding of how that knowledge can be used. Everything we learn, we learn through our senses. Therefore sensory exploration is essential for developing creative thinking. Play is a basic form of learning by doing and a

Creative Organizations

  by Kathy Goff, EdD cSchool Program Director  Creative organizations involve people working together toward a better future. Creative organizations focus on bringing out the best in people. The creative organization nurtures the change process and gives visible, tangible rewards and recognition for taking risks and being creative. People in creative organizations are trusted to

“You know you’re taking a Leap of Faith when…”

“… You risk becoming an entrepreneur.” -Lin O’Connor   “Risk taking isn’t natural,” said Matt Beckham, CEO of QuiBids, when asked why he became an entrepreneur. “It is a scary proposition. To do that, you may risk spending more money than you will make. I did not see myself becoming an entrepreneur right after graduating

Imagination Leads Pioneer to the Right Stuff

By Lin O’Connor Imaginative is the best word to describe the evolving business endeavors of Chase Curtiss. Based in Tulsa, Oklahoma, Curtiss is a pioneer in developing and using technology to assess human performance. He doesn’t waiver in his quest to pioneer solutions to long-standing challenges in physical fitness and sports training. One such challenge

Richard Florida: The Creative Compact

By Richard Florida Excerpted with permission from The Rise of the Creative Class Revisited: 10th Anniversary Edition, by Richard Florida. Available from Basic Books, a member of The Perseus Books Group. Copyright (C) 2012.  The tectonic upheavals our economy is enduring are the result not just of financial shenanigans by the global One Percent, but

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