Creativity at Work
We hear daily calls for innovation, experimentation, and creativity as responses to the various changes in the world of higher education. No longer are our jobs just about efficiency, productivity, standardization, and best practices; now we're also asked to disrupt, challenge, rethink, and create new paradigms. We need to grow our workplaces into environments that encourage and support us in being creative. But how? This session will explore practical answers to that question, drawing on the work of researchers, writers, and teachers of creativity, and on the presenters' own experience in developing creative organizational protocols and leading jazz music ensembles.
Organizational Development Consultant