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August 29, 2016

What Makes a Mozart? | FourSight

Secrets of Extraordinary Performance Mozart was a creative genius. The question is, why? Find out the three keys to extraordinary performance.
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August 17, 2016

FourSight Certification: A Platform for Innovation | FourSight

A FourSight Certification can give you a platform to inspire innovation. Watch the video now!
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August 16, 2016

Should B-Schools Teach Collaboration? | FourSight

Q&A with Russ Schoen
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August 15, 2016

The Smart Response to New Ideas | FourSight

(hint: It isn’t criticism) Often our first instinct is to criticize new ideas. But there is a better approach and one that leads to more creative outcomes.
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August 2, 2016

The ROI on Creativity Training | FourSight

How can you measure the impact of teaching creative problem solving? It’s a challenge. Plenty of research shows the positive impact it has on individuals, but little research exists on the impact creativity training has on organizations, particularly on their top line growth. That changed in 2015, when a
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July 2, 2016

Developing a Taste for Innovation at Rich Products | FourSight

According to the Innovation Network, 88 percent of all organizations have the word “innovation” or “creativity” in their mission statements. But less than 5 percent of those same organizations have programs in place to teach innovation or creativity and make it part of the culture.
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June 2, 2016

Training Managers to Support Innovation at HP | FourSight

In training sessions, half a world apart, two innovation experts told the same story. Art Beckman and Silvi Steigerwald are two of the key architects of the innovation program in HP Software. Part of their job is training HP Software managers, more than a thousand worldwide, to support a culture of innovation.
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May 4, 2016

FourSight Goes to University | FourSight

Q&A with John Champlin, Human Resources Team at Wake Forest University How did you hear about FourSight? When I joined the HR staff at Wake Forest University, MBTI, Gallup Clifton StrengthsFinder, and the Intercultural Development Inventory were the assessment tools we used for team and leadership development. After a
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