The Truth About Creativity – A Series of Interviews with Over 30 Experts on Creativity, Innovation & Design Thinking

The Truth About Creativity - A Series of Interviews with Over 30 experts on Creativity, Innovation & Design Thinking | rethinked.org

Join David Burkus, author of The Myths of Creativity, and 30+ experts on creativity and innovation as they explore the truth about how the most creative companies and people REALLY generate great ideas.

Here’s a bit of wonderful news for all you creativity and innovation loving knowmads: there’s a free, virtual conference focused on the inner workings of creativity coming this June. The Truth About Creativity, hosted by David Burkus, features a series of curated interviews that dive into how creativity works with over thirty experts on creativity, innovation and design thinking. The content will be free from June 2nd to June 6th, just sign up and you’ll receive an email when the interviews are available to watch. The roster of interviewees is super exciting and includes some rethinked …* favorites such as Roger Martin, Scott Barry Kaufman, Teresa Amabile and Daniel Pink.

 

learn & rethink …* 

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  1. Jont Small,

    I am an organisational psychologist and recently completed original research on team creativity efficacy, Very much looking forward to the conference
    Jonti

    • Elsa Fridman,

      Hi Jonti,

      The conference looks very interesting, I’m very much looking forward to it as well. I’d love to learn more about your research on team creativity efficacy, is there any literature you can send? I’d also love any suggestions you may have on other good reads on the topic. Thank you!

      Elsa

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