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  • 04 February 2021

What does this ideas study tell us about managing creativity?

In any creative process, says new research, the best ideas arrive later in the game – not with the first spark of inspiration. How does that message fit with everyday business pressures?

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  • 19 June 2020

After Covid-19: invisible work - making it visible, with John Howkins

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  • 14 April 2020

Staying healthy at work: Creativity

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  • 03 February 2020

Can brainstorming sessions actually get in the way of good ideas?

Almost 80% of creatives decide on their own whether or not ideas are any good, according to research from WeTransfer. Does this mean the brainstorming process is redundant?

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  • 19 December 2019

Is it okay to give staff ‘hangover days’?

A UK marketing agency gives its employees so-called ‘hangover days’, enabling them to work remotely while bouncing back from long nights out. Is this a wise HR policy?

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  • 19 September 2019

What are the ethics of side hustles?

Almost half of people in their twenties have a side hustle, according to new research. How should employers and staff manage the related issues of commitment and availability?

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  • 22 August 2019

Should leaders in every profession adopt a Hippocratic oath?

Tech firms should adopt a Hippocratic oath to protect the public from unethical impacts of their decisions, according to mathematician Hannah Fry. Should this apply to all leaders?

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