Posted by: Liz Massey | April 8, 2010

Surf’s Up, Condensed: Top Creativity Links for April 8, 2010

Photo courtesy SXC.

Perfectionism, Being A Creative Troublemaker and Drama That’s GOOD For You.

Chris Zydel, writing on her Creative Juices Arts blog, makes a slam-dunk case for “getting in trouble” creatively, i.e., taking risks and making a mess for the sake of better, more original art.

Amped Up on Creativity

Donna Kallner, a teacher and fiber artist, gives a nice overview/review of the documentary “It Might Get Loud,” which features 3 rock guitarists of differing generations talking about their craft. Kallner provides nice parallels between the lessons of the movie and her own experiences learning from both the visual arts and music.

Ten Red Flags for Innovation | BusinessWeek

Stefan Lindegaard, author of the Open Innovation Revolution, identifies 10 warning signs for companies struggling with innovation in their operations and product line.

100 Simple, Low-Cost Ways to Be More Creative on the Job

A great list of actionable, affordable creativity-at-work tips from The Heart of Innovation blog.

Why the iPad may be the perfect ideation tool

Chuck Frey, writing on his InnovationTools.com site, discusses features of the iPad that make it a potent aid to creativity.

Talking Pictures | Firefly News Flash, April 2010

This article from the Firefly Group’s monthly newsletter reviews several image-oriented card decks designed to stimulate creative conversations and learning.

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  1. Thanks for including Compost And Creativity, Liz!


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