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The Environment - Physical and Psychological
Are you in the right environment to maximize your creativity? What do we mean by creating the right physical and psychological climate? How can sound, light, and time of day affect your creative thought process? What 10 specific psychological dimensions are predictors of high levels of creativity?
Garage-Based Innovation - With Phil McKinney
Program Highlights
  • How to create and sustain an innovation culture.
  • Practical techniques for unleashing creativity.
  • When it's best to tackle the worst ideas.
The drive to invent that Bill Hewlett and David Packard shared when they launched HP in a garage decades ago is critical to organizations today.…
Free Radicals of Innovation
Free Radicals of Innovation will help you learn how to use creativity and innovation through nine segments. Each segment incorporates interviews with some of the nation's leading innovators including Guy Kawasaki, Moira Gunn (TechNation), Rob Legato (Sony Pictures Imageworks), and many more! Anyone can learn to innovate. Free Radicals of…
Creative Confidence - How to Drive Innovation in Yourself and Others by David Kelley
Part of the Series: Stanford Executive Briefings
Program Highlights
  • The false premise of the "creatives" vs. the "non-creatives."
  • How a bias to action rather than a reflex for planning speeds successes.
  • How to achieve a structure that makes the creative process sustainable.
David Kelley's human-centered "design thinking" requires building empathy for the end-users of whatever…
What America Does Right Volume 2
The two case studies highlighted in this volume show a number of cutting-edge innovations and specific strategic strengths. At AES, you will see how a rapidly growing young company has achieved success with a management philosophy based on a very strong system of values. AES is a model learning organization,…
Leadership for Innovation - With Linda Hill
Part of the Series: Stanford Executive Briefings
What kind of leadership is needed when innovation is your competitive advantage? From her research on companies that have achieved breakthrough innovations, Professor Hill found a common leadership approach. Leaders at Pixar, eBay Germany, Google, HCL Technologies, and IBM, among others, build communities of people who are both "willing and…
Idea Hunting - With Andy Boynton
Part of the Series: Stanford Executive Briefings
Program Highlights
  • How to find creative sparks in unusual places.
  • "Good artists borrow; great artists steal."
  • Why disciplined idea hunting trumps IQ.
Business titans Thomas Edison, Henry Ford and Walt Disney shared a common practice: they deliberately and systematically sought out new, creative ideas from diverse sources to…
Passion For Excellence with Tom Peters
There is a revolution underway, in business, government, and education, people are challenging the "gospel," thinking the unthinkable, and achieving the impossible. Behind it all are people who have a passion for excellence. In A Passion for Excellence, Tom Peters describes and illustrates how successful organizations create and sustain their…
The Creative Thinker's Toolkit - How to Think Creatively
According to the latest scientific research, anyone can be creative. You just have to know how to think creatively, which involves taking a more imaginative approach to the challenges we all face. Learn how to wield the same research-based tools that today's creative people use and tap into your inner…
Management Training Series
This series of management training videos covers a range of professional development topics for the modern workplace environment.
Living a Creative Life
Finish the course with a capstone look at how one can live creatively as well as think creatively. Some of the inspirational principles of a creative life that you'll look at include reclaiming your creativity, going big or going home, creating multiple options for yourself, and suspending disbelief in order…
The Innovation Engine - With Tina Seelig
Part of the Series: Stanford Executive Briefings
Why do we need creativity? The world is full of daunting problems, and so are our workplaces. We need solutions. While the scientific method we all learned in school has value for discovery, a similar process for invention is not widely taught--yet is a critical component of true innovation. Dr.…