October 5th 2012


In reality, civilizations, cultures and companies don’t innovate; groups and individuals do. But what makes people innovative? Adrian Furnham will explore why some of us are instinctively creative while others are not. Can we learn to be creative or is this another hit for nature over nurture?

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