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OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLA. (May 15, 2012) – Creative Oklahoma announces the one-day Oklahoma Creativity Forum 2012 will be held on Tuesday, November 13 at the Cox Convention Center in downtown Oklahoma City. Keynote speakers include internationally recognized creativity and education leader and author, Sir Ken Robinson, and Chairman and CEO of the XPRIZE Foundation, Peter
Posted by Shannon Rigsby, ChickashaNow Dr. Erik Guzik works with local students to demonstrate the creative tools in the Virtual Problem Solving program. Guzik was recently awarded the Great Inspirations award by Creative Oklahoma for his work on VPS and Oklahoma A+ schools. CHICKASHA — For his work in problem-solving software innovation, Dr. Erik
BY DON BETZ, Newsok.com At a time when imagining the future has never been more challenging nor more essential, Oklahoma is fortunate to have visionary political leadership. Gov. Mary Fallin envisions, and is actively seeking, a brighter future for all Oklahomans. Central to that future, Fallin believes, is a 67 percent increase in the number of college degrees
Kelley Chambers, OKCbiz In the corporate world, being creative does not mean staring off into space and dreaming up well intentioned, yet far-fetched ways to save the world. Instead, the CEOs of two major corporations defined creativity in the workplace as hard work that is made better and more effective by creative thinking on the
By April Wilkerson, The Journal Record - April is a reporter in Oklahoma City. Contact her at 278-2849 / https://twitter.com/JRAprilWilkerson NORMAN – John Mackey guides his large business with a few simple maxims. People can’t be creative when they’re afraid. A business without a sense of purpose isn’t going far. Innovation is the key to staying in