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?
With eight weeks to go before we all arrive at Geneva Park, it’s definitely starting to look like a circus.
Our theme for this year’s Mindcamp is wabi sabi, a Japanese concept that calls attention to the beauty of imperfection. Isn’t it ironic how hard it is to accept our imperfections.
Sid Parnes: ‘The objective of creative problem-solving programs is to help students develop attitudes and abilities that will help them meet positively and creatively any future challenge in our rapidly-changing world. The death of a loved one can be one of these challenges. If a person is taught throughout his life, or at least somewhere in his life, to look for ways to turn every set-back into an advantage, he might much better be able to “cope.”’
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