If you’ve ever considered launching a business—especially a business grounded in social purpose—this year’s Mindcamp Canada has something special for you.
A stunning video illustration of how embracing limitation can liberate oceans of creative thought and action—the essence of Mindcamp’s wabi-sabi theme this year. Possibly the most exhilarating ten minutes you’ll spend this weekend.
Mindcamp Canada has a problem—a weird and wonderful problem—but a problem nevertheless.
IBM’s recent study of nearly 13,000 C-suite execs concluded that promoting change, even when things are going well, is the next critical skill for organizations of all kinds. The question is, how do you do that?
Between now and Mindcamp (August 22–26) we’ll post short profiles of our amazing Mindcamp presenters from all over the world. These are the people who donate their time and talent to make Mindcamp one of the world’s premier creativity conferences. Enjoy! Massimo Agostinelli 🇨🇦 is a multi-talented artist, choreographer and master teacher of Bouffon. His work has transformed dozens of …
With eight weeks to go before we all arrive at Geneva Park, it’s definitely starting to look like a circus.