Susan Greenfield - Creative Hubs
Baroness Susan Greenfield defines creativity for us. She also reflects on how the digital world both helps and hinders the creative process. We ask Susan for her tips on how to turn the workplace into an ideas factory.
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Rafe Offer - Innovate
What is innovation? How do we create companies that allow innovation to flourish? Rafe Offer suggests three ways to make innovation happen and central to your company culture.
Amy Brann - Make Your Brain Work
Understanding our brains is a powerful way to improve our performance at work. With help from the inspirational Derek Paravicini to illustrate her points, Amy Brann reveals how this knowledge can help with focus and productivity.
Kirk Vallis - People Power
Kirk Vallis is on a mission to ensure that human beings receive fair credit for our part in all the creativity that happens in the world. Kirk suggests how to create the right conditions for creativity and make great things happen.
Beau Lotto - Vision
Beau Lotto explains why everything begins with perception and what it means for innovation. He offers some fascinating insights into how our environment fuels or limits creativity and what we can do about it.
Biz Stone - Tweet Dreams
Highlights from London Business Forum's event with Twitter cofounder Biz Stone. We find out about the beginnings of Biz's career and how Twitter came about. As well as why you need emotional investment to realise the true potential of a good idea.
Rod Judkins - Creativity
Businesses fail when they keep doing the same old things. The best managers are always looking at ways to improve their business. Artist Rod Judkins suggests some helpful techniques to think more creatively and approach problems differently.