Here are 3 ways you can create a culture of boldness that will encourage the creativity and innovation you are aiming for in business.
‘You can’t teach an old dog new tricks.’ The saying has been repeated through the decades declaring the impossibility to retrain someone set in their ways.
While any for-profit entity exists to make a profit, Martin Wolf suggests, “If a business substitutes making money for purpose, it will fail at both.”
For many of us, the very mention of Artificial Intelligence conjures up futuristic notions of SkyNet and cunning malevolent robots.
The growing demand for ethical integrity has corresponded with the growth in both age and prevalence of the Millennial demographic.
Some of the best ideas for innovation, creativity and invention don’t lie somewhere ‘out there’; they are often right under our noses.
It has been a growing popular conversation over the last decade. Driverless cars – one of the sure symbols that the future has arrived.
When looking to adapt or innovate, don’t go over the same paths without considering whether a fundamental reform is required.
With widespread change expected in our future the need for educational systems and educators themselves to be future-fit has never been greater.
The age of minimalism and Marie Kondo is well and truly upon us. Evidently the age of ownership is declining and is taking the stigmas of borrowing with it.