Inspiration

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This book is about how organizations can best develop and manage a creative environment and creative potential. The authors argue that organizations consist of people who have creative potential to think in new ways and yet are often denied the opportunity to do so. The goal of the organization should be to create a structure and culture that encourages the conditions in which creativity can flourish. This will generate significant competitive advantages for the organization by offering clear differentiation, by communicating postive brand attributes to stakeholders that will strengthen the organization's intangible assets and by providing a creative and challenging environment that will attract and retain the best staff.

'Essential reading for anybody who wishes to better understand the vital and complex role that creativity plays in successful business.' - Sir Terence Conran

'Inspiration will help you to unlock the creative potential of you and your staff.' - Internet Works



Autorentext
NICHOLAS IND is a Brand Consultant and Writer. He has worked for his own branding consultancy, as the director of a design group and as an account director for an advertsing agency. His specialist area is helping organizations to build internal commitment to brands. He is the author of six books including, The Corporate Image, Terence Conran - The Authorised Biography, The Corporate Brand and Living the Brand. He lectures on branding and communication at Erasmus University, Rotterdam, Stockholm University, BI University, Oslo and Kingston University, where he is Industrial Fellow.

CAMERON WATT has worked in the creative industry for over 15 years initially specializing in commercial design and branding. He has worked at a strategic level on creative brand development for organizations such as Tesco, Microsoft, and Rolls Royce and acted as a creativity, change and innovation consultant for a number or organizations including IBM, Sainsbury plc, and National Air Traffic Services. He lectures on creativity at a number of business schools including Warwick Business School and Kingston Business School.

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This book examines how organizations can best develop and manage a creative environment and creative potential. The authors argue that organizations consist of people who have creative potential to think in new ways and yet are often denied the opportunity to do so. The goal of the organization should be to create a structure and culture that encourages the conditions in which creativity can flourish. This will generate significant competitive advantages for the organization by offering clear differentiation, by communicating positive brand attributes to stakeholders that will strengthen the organization's intangible assets and by providing a creative and challenging environment that will attract and retain the best staff.


Inhalt
Inspiration and Creativity Creative Organisations at Work Designing Creativity Managing for Creativity Aardman and Funcom: Animated Creativity Balancing Act: Designing and Managing Creative Teams Cultural Creativity Customers, Creativity and Risk Quicksilver: Cool Creativity Branding and Creativity Driving Creativity: Ford's Premium Automotive Group and VW-Audi

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Produktinformationen

Titel
Inspiration
Autor
EAN
9781403920584
ISBN
978-1-4039-2058-4
Format
Fester Einband
Herausgeber
Springer, Berlin
Genre
Wirtschaft
Anzahl Seiten
256
Gewicht
432g
Größe
H15mm x B243mm x T161mm
Jahr
2004
Untertitel
Englisch
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