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In one of my recent Masters classes, one of my students presented some information on Swarm Creativity, which I had not previously heard of by that name.  While the class worked on a team projects I was able to power browse the book, and later did a bit of research on the web.


The book Swarm Creativity: Competitive Advantage through Collaborative Innovation Networks by Peter A. Gloor is an interesting look at group creativity.  A quick Google search takes you to...

This blog was first published in June 2008 but is worth repeating.

Swarm CreativityIn one of my recent Masters classes, one of my students presented some information on Swarm Creativity, which I had not previously heard of by that name.  While the class worked on a team projects I was able to power browse the...

Creativity & Innovation – Synergistic Collaborative Structures for Innovation

Formal measurements for public service innovation are still underdeveloped, but the evidence from private industry is very compelling with respect to its benefits. At least 65 per cent of Australian economic growth over the last four decades is attributable to multifactor productivity, which in turn is a direct effect of innovation. So innovation, as intangible as it can sometimes seem, is a very real...

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