I manage a small innovation & strategy consultancy firm and I am employed at the Danish Agriculture and Food Council.
What industry do you mainly work in (e.g. financial services, telco, utilities, public sector, academia, pharma...)?
Internet, Clean-tech, Food, Retail, Design and Consultancy
What is the size of the organization you work for?
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"Education" can be a creative killer and possible also kill innovation in the future. There were no public education before the 1900 century. They all came into being, meeting the needs of industrialism. The structure is that intelligence is measured in academic work. But the thing is that intelligence is dynamic and diverse. The brain is not divided into compartments.
Creativity: having originally ideas that have value more offen than not comes around in the interaction in different contexts, networks etc.
The challenge for any organization that wants innovation is to build organizations worthy of people’s full commitment - both employees and the surrounding network.
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"Education" can be a creative killer and possible also kill innovation in the future. There were no public education before the 1900 century. They all came into being, meeting the needs of industrialism"
Profound. And since we've been institutionalizing creative thought. Back in the day it was apprenticeship of trade, resources and craft. You did it with your hands via interaction between mentor and mentee. Knowledge was shared, not bought. Hence why the innovations in the ancient past were not separate from religion, art or science. It all was one without divide.