Paddy Miller and I will run our intensive Innovation Architect course at IESE Business School twice in the spring: Barcelona: March 16 – 17 New York: June 6 – 8 (in conjuction with the World Innovation Forum) More information and registration here.
Our Research Associate Azra Brankovic just interviewed Jeff Jarvis, author of What Would Google Do, about the changing nature of the media landscape. Full video and transcripts on our Creative Cultures blog below: http://millerwedell.wordpress.com/2010/04/07/video-interview-with-jeff-jarvis-author-of-what-would-google-do/
On May 5-6 2010 in New York, Paddy Miller and I are running the next edition of our intensive Innovation Architect program for executives, taking place at IESE Business School’s new campus on Manhattan (just below Central Park). Above is a 2 minute video introduction of the program – for more information, see the programContinue reading “Innovation Architect course – video intro”
The ‘big insight’ model of creativity is wrong; creativity comes from the outside, and you can increase your chances of getting good ideas by immersing yourself in new environments. Paddy Miller and I have published a short article on the subject in IESE Business School’s alumni magazine – a special edition with focus on IESE’sContinue reading “Where ideas really come from (article)”
On May 4-8, we will be running our Creative Cultures course in New York, focused on the role of the Innovation Architect in managing innovation and creativity at work.
I’m happy to announce that I’ll be teaching parts of a forthcoming Executive Education program on the subject of innovation, hosted at IESE Business School in Barcelona on November 18-21, 2008. The course, entitled Creative Cultures: Making Innovation Work, is not a basic primer course, but assumes that the participants have already been through the traditionalContinue reading “Creative Cultures: Making Innovation Work”