Tracks

Tap into the richness of the past, the present, and the future as we explore creativity and innovation!

Past - The foundations of creativity

Let's dive into history, and see where our ideas about creativity come from. Let's explore old techniques used to stimulate creativity, and try to understand how that links to theoretical ideas on creativity.

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Present - Creativity in business

Creativity is high on the list of skills for employability. How do businesses get the most out creativity out of their employees? Is creativity the practice that gives businesses an edge over the competition?

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Present - Creativity in public organisations

Innovation is becoming more and more relevant in the public sector. Creativity is needed to deal with the growing societal complexity and wicked problems at hand. How creative are civil servants? What can we do to boost creativity within the public sector?

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Present - Creativity in Education

How to teach children or students to be creative, to use their creativity? A lot of research exists on creativity in education. How is it used in reality? What do teachers encounter? How can we stimulate curiosity in children? There are thousands of questions we can ask ourselves when it comes to creativity in education.

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Creativity futures

Artificial Intelligence. Back to nature. What is the future of creativity? And what creativity future can we imagine?

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Bonus track: Science & Practice of Ideas

This new transdisciplinary approach studies the birth of ideas, the process of evolution and adaptation, patterns in ideas and the role of place and culture in innovation. There will be presentations and workshops from various disciplines: philosophy, sociology, psychology, law, innovation management and industrial design.

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