Resources on culture, change & creativity, from an interview with Mozambican musician Wazimbo

In this month’s Rock.Paper.Scissors’ newsletter I interview Mozambican treasure, the musician Wazimbo & get his thoughts on culture, change & creativity.  (That’s him above.)  In this second blog post, I’ve included some resources related to the themes in our interview, including creativity, change, advice & more.

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Culture & Creativity Resources

  • On culture (specifically organizational culture): check out the Culture Cartel, a (an online newspaper that draws resources from Twitter).  Now don’t have a heart attack on me, you don’t have no a thing about Twitter to read it.
  • On power, advice & change: Candy Chang’s TED talk ‘Before I die I want to….’ which were the words she had painted on the side of an abandoned building in New Orleans & invited people to finish.  ‘Be someone’s calvary’ & ‘hug a sloth’ were just two of the poignant answers.
  • On creativity: Sunnie Brown’s TED talk called ‘Doodlers Unite’ gives our inner artist permission to come out.  Studies show that sketching and doodling improve our comprehension — and our creative thinking. So why do we still feel embarrassed when we’re caught doodling in a meeting?

Creativity, Change & Advice Resources…

on the Lighter Side


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