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Creative Reboot

Catalysing Creative Intelligence

A practical guide for change-makers, this must-read book helps you to tap into the powers of imagination and amp-up creativity.
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Barbara Doran
Article number: 9789063696320
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Creative Reboot ushers in a new era of thought leadership, providing a structured pathway that facilitates building creative confidence and inspires the ability to conjure innovative solutions to complex issues. By combining detailed scholarly understanding, real-world case studies that illustrate the application of creativity, and a deck of creative card exercises, this toolkit allows you to embrace your innate creative intelligence.

Whether you are a rigid analytical thinker or an accomplished creative mind, over the course of these pages, you’ll learn to use creativity to create, diverge from, and converge into new creative pathways that demonstrate the untapped power of creativity. Creative Reboot situates creativity as a catalyst of change, alchemically reframing once impossible tasks into physical paths to action.

 

Author

Barbara Doran specialises in identifying creative opportunities that respond to complex challenges and putting them into action. After having twice won the United Nations Bioethics and Art Award for Photography and displayed her work on both the national and international stage, she now teaches a multi-award winning Bachelor of Creative Intelligence course at the University of Technology, Sydney. This post comes after having worked as a Senior Lecturer for Australia’s leading performing arts conservatoire NIDA, National Institute of Dramatic Arts, with prior positions at The University of New South Wales and Western Sydney University.

Her education is equally as decorated, receiving her PhD in Fine Art from the University of Sydney in 2012, a Master’s in Environmental Planning from Macquarie University in 1996, and a BA in Anthropology, Psychology, and Philosophy from the Australian National University in 1992.

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