In March we had our first IN-conference in Amsterdam. Yes, it’s correct, not a conference, not a un-conference, but an IN-conference. Perhaps you’re now wondering what an IN-conference is, or thinking you have missed something in the latest trends. Well if you weren’t able to join us, you really missed something. We came up with […]
Do you want to connect with other creativity passionates and change agents? It would be really great if you could join our creativity conference on March 17 in Amsterdam. Why? You will participate in presentations of our international speakers Dr. Gerard Puccio and Dorte Nielsen, M.Sc. You wouldn’t want to miss the contribution of the […]
Some time ago, ICSC’s student Anneke Veenendaal- de Kort, had a chat with professor Gerard Puccio, chair of the International Center for Studies in Creativity at Buffalo State. Dr. Puccio talks about how creative leadership helps you to be more successful in the complexity of our rapidly changing world. You have to decide for yourself: […]
Join the next FourSight certification in Antwerp, Belgium, and learn to support the people side of innovation. The training will be conducted by dr. Gerard Puccio, chair of the International Center for Studies in Creativity and FourSight author and founder. FourSight® Certification is the best way to maximize the impact of using FourSight in an organizational setting. You […]
Summer holidays have arrived! The application office will have a break from July 21 till August 18. Whether you decide to spend summer in the mountains, at distant shores or pondering in your backyard, we wish you an invigorating period. If you’d like to spend this period reading about creativity, change and leadership, you might […]
Great article in New York Times about creativity becoming an academic discipline. “The marketplace is demanding it… strategies to reframe challenges and to accept and deal with ambiguity.” Are you prepared for the 21st century marketplace? Consult this site for the programs of the different courses and for other relevant information. Read the NYT article here.