"Busting the following myths:
MYTH 1: Creativity is about artistic expression, and it is not a differentiator in moving business, politics, science, and society forward in a meaningful way
MYTH 2: Creativity cannot be taught: you either have it or you do not
MYTH 3: When a business loses its creative edge, the only way to fix it is to buy it
MYTH 4: Creativity is a solitary, heroic, and random act of individual genius. It cannot be managed because you never know where ideas come from, when inspiration will strike, who needs to be involved, and how to make it happen
MYTH 5: Creativity is not a competency that can be managed in an organization to evaluate performance and talent"
Executives have an enormous opportunity to use technology to help them scale solutions, offer customer-centric products and services, and pioneer new, immersive forms of engagement in today’s business landscape that’s dominated by technology.
Thus, for being productive, it is necessary to improve our sleeping patterns, get adequate exercise, and soak up sunlight on a daily basis. The three necessary variables will not only help increase our effectiveness at work but also make our lives better.
MYTH 1: Performance measurement is easy to understand.
MYTH 2: Performance measurement is easy to develop and implement.
MYTH 3: The best practices of governance, business planning, and performance measurement are well understood and practised in many organisations.
MYTH 4: A supportive organisation climate is not essential for a productive organisation.
MYTH 5: Major crown projects in the public sector can never succeed.
Busting the following myths-
MYTH 1: Innovation occurs in a dramatic thunderclap of insight.
MYTH 2: Innovation occurs organically; it does not adhere to a process that can be taught or followed.
MYTH 3: Innovation is the bastion of Silicon Valley gurus working in R&D labs.
Myth 4: Speed is of the essence! The most successful innovators create solutions and get them into the market quickly.
Myth 5: Customer research can cloud the issue: follow your dreams—go with your gut!
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