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Is creativity something that can be taught? There’s a lot of controversy surrounding this question that largely stems from the question of degree. Read More
What misconceptions do people have about innovation and creativity? The greatest misconception about innovation and creativity is that they can be generated on demand. Read More
Jeff-ism Video: How America can be the World’s most Creative Country Watch Jeff talk about how America can be the world’s most creative country here. Read More
How can people become more creative in their everyday lives? The gifted amateur as a heroic innovator is one of the great American myths. Read More
Roundhouse Radio Interview Listen to Jeff speak about his new book The Innovation Code on Roundhouse Radio here. Read More
Idea to Value Podcast Listen to Jeff talk with Nick Skillicorn about why you need conflict to succeed at innovation here. Read More
Jeff-ism Video: Culture Creates the Economics of Innovation Watch Jeff explain how culture creates the economics of innovation here. Read More
Skip Prichard Interview Read Jeff’s interview about his new book with Skip Prichard here. Read More
How NASA is responding to increased probability of Armageddon asteroids One afternoon while waiting for my flight to board, a headline caught my eye: “Civilization-Destroying Comets Are More Common Than We Thought.” I assumed it was one of those flashy clickbait attention-grabbers like the ones about how researchers have discovered how you can lose ten pounds just by drinking dandelion tea. Read More
Inside Launchstreet Podcast Listen to Jeff talk about what makes you innovative on the Inside Launchstreet podcast here. Read More
Could rule changes and safer equipment save football from itself? I confess that I love football. I played it in high school. Read More
Jeffism Video: When Nobody Wants Your Innovation Watch Jeff explain what to do when nobody wants your innovation here. Read More