Summary of Creative Intelligence
Harnessing the Power to Create, Connect, and Inspire
Copyright © 2013 by Bruce Nussbaum
Published by arrangement with HarperBusiness, an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers
Make it and market it yourself in today’s emerging “creative economy.”
Creativity emerges most consistently amid groups that highly value innovation. Design and innovation expert Bruce Nussbaum breaks down the core competencies of creativity and argues persuasively that US businesses can cultivate that spark. He explains why start-ups – and companies that act like start-ups – account for most new jobs. He also shows how evolving technologies connect creators to markets, resulting in “indie capitalism,” which disrupts familiar business patterns. getAbstract recommends Nussbaum’s broad, smart look at the evolving creativity-driven economy, and believes it will get your entrepreneurial juices flowing and help you generate more creativity in your organization and your work.
In this summary, you will learn
- What core competencies “creative intelligence” requires
- How creativity-driven companies innovate
- How technology empowers entrepreneurs to bring their creations to market
Comment on this summary
3 years agoGreat summary. Love the subversive possibilities of 'indie capitalism.' Have read a few dozen summaries since subscribing, this my favorite so far.
3 years agoI like it thank you
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