When creativity stops flowing, your business could start to go downhill. Find out what could be causing the lack of creativity that’s killing your business.
We want to help change the world of work by empowering a new generation of creative leaders.
In this guest post, Xander Hough, HR Manager at Wolff Olins explains how to hire creative people.
How Google Works, by Google Executive Chairman and ex-CEO Eric Schmidt and former SVP of Products Jonathan Rosenberg, looks at Smart Creatives, people who combine technical knowledge, business expertise and creativity.
Saatchi & Saatchi CEO Kevin Roberts thinks “this idea that creatives can’t lead is bogus”. He thinks Elon Musk is the epitome of creative leadership. We agree – here’s our profile of the man himself.
A Rain Dance is, as its name suggests, a dance based ritual designed to bring rain. Of course dancing doesn’t bring rain, but that didn’t stop this and superstitions like it from taking root in many cultures around the world. Fortunately most of us are more enlightened these days. Right?
Christopher Bailey is the first creative director of a public luxury company to take on the additional role of CEO. Can he balance the demands of creativity and business at Burberry?
Discussion of new ideas is often hampered by those who resist change (“That’s not how we do things around here” or “It’s always worked in the past”), or an expectation that complex issues can be resolved with a quick fix.
A lot of people will claim they haven’t got a creative bone in their body. It’s not about taking the team on a team building day to experience creativity. It’s about facilitating it to happen in your work environment.
Jose Mourinho is one of those compelling speakers that makes you sit up and listen to whatever he has to say. He speaks about some of his leadership philosophies, which are interesting when applied to creativity.
Every act of creation is first an act of destruction, so as a creative leader you’ll have to grow comfortable playing the part of Kali. Or to quote John Lennon: “You have to learn to smile as you kill.”