Too often people think of creativity as being concerned with new products, new services and new markets. All of these imply a risk factor. So in difficult times people tend to reduce their creative efforts. It could be argued that … Continue reading
Stopping for a quick bite to eat at the Indigo offices on Friday, I caught a glimpse of the lavish opening ceremony of the Beijing’s Olympic Games, confidently playing out its carefully choreographed scenes on the TV in our office … Continue reading
I am one of the client managers at Indigo and recently spent a couple of days at our recent Think on Your Feet® workshop in Barbican, London. I went through this training during my induction, so I was there to make … Continue reading
I had a really enjoyable evening last night! It was the end of day one at our latest Think on Your Feet® Communication workshop, taking place at our training venue in London (CCTV Barbican). We decided to invite our twenty or … Continue reading
We are all hearing more and more about the rising costs of fuel, food and more right now. It is a hot topic. I even found myself having a debate with a London cab driver earlier this afternoon about what … Continue reading
Globally the financial markets are in freefall. The sub-prime crisis has hit banks now, and is threatening to affect many other industries and sectors over the coming months. I friend of mine working in an investment bank, with the absence … Continue reading
I recently came across a series of quotes regarding project management and thought I would share them! In essence, they take a humerous angle to the potential risks with project management. Enjoy! – “A badly planned project will take three … Continue reading
I read a recent survey of recruiters with interest. In essence, the conclusion of the survey on companies with more than 50,000 employees, cited communication skills as the single most important decisive factor in choosing managers. The survey, conducted by … Continue reading
Dr de Bono calls the process by which most companies try to be creative ‘crazytivity’. This is unstructured, ‘brainstorming’ that tends to happen in away days in forests to try to come up with solutions with no structured creative techniques!
Edward de Bono in Bahrain – Maximising Creativity and Lateral Thinking to Deliver Strategic Success.
Bahrain-based Addax Bank has been announced as the headline sponsor of the one-day Edward de Bono conference in the Kingdom on June 1. De Bono will appear live and in person to present Maximising Creativity and Lateral Thinking to Deliver … Continue reading