See this tongue-in-cheek (meaning?) checklist of corporate / no-so-corporate-only creativity killlers and:
- try to recognize the little sins of your organization
- try to discover your own utterances in some of the quotations
One of the neatest quotations I have recently heard says that the best way to predict future is to create it. I believe it very much. So what do you do to stay relevant in the future? Maybe this link will give you some insight.
Following the point made in one of my classes - research is uncountable :) so we say:
- research is
- much research
- little research
And in this topic - some stuff for you - click and see what kind of ridiculous research people get awards for :)
choose your favourite for 2014 http://www.improbable.com/ig/winners/#ig2014
Read and decide which of the mentioned gadgets is your next birthday gift :)
Relax you want? Relax you will...
This is a recommended app for all of you who want to read in English - texts of quality and of interest and from reknowned sources - and also maaaany and changing all the time. Please see https://flipboard.com/. You may download it onto your mobile, tablet, pc... Highly recommended.
We do not seem to follow what Komorowski orders in restaurants (does he stop at drive-thrus at all???). In the US the culinary preferences of presidents and presidential candidates make the news. Check it here http://money.cnn.com/2015/04/14/investing/hillary-clinton-goes-to-chipotle-not-mcdonalds/
In case you want to see with your very eyes what Hillary's choice is go here: http://www.chipotle.com/en-US/Default.aspx
I would definitely prefer a burrito to a BigMac myself, well-done, Hillary ;)
We seem to be thinking that people from different generations have completely different approaches to work but is this all so true? Click and check: http://fortune.com/2015/04/13/5-myths-about-millennials-in-the-workplace/
hopefully not your problem but still interesting to know I guess. Your tasks:
- dig deeper
- discuss / if you wish /
One of my "love it-hate it" topics. Something to watch (plus - don't you just looooove Prezi?).