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Who Killed Creativity? ...And How Can We Get…
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Who Killed Creativity? ...And How Can We Get It Back?

by Andrew Grant

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With an original forensic approach, supported by current scientific research, insights and case studies, find out why the ability to think creatively is vital, how it has been lost and who is responsible before learning the 7 strategies for practical innovation solutions for personal challenges, team challenges and organisational imperatives.… (more)

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