Universidad de Alcalá created an interesting document about some tips to keep in mind when thinking about Culture. The document is developed according to the following subtopics: Three historical views on Culture (from an anthropological point of view) Culture up and downs (the coming of the masses) Culture as a set of connections Culture as […]
Although the question seems like a banal one, contemporary cultural industry initiatives, entrepreneurial sector and creative industries all seem to try to connect with the citizens and tap into their ideas and creative potential. Just as our Arts and Humanities Entrepreneurship Hubs strive to foster innovation through collaboration and arts and humanities student training, Rijeka’s […]
This Student Entrepreneurship Toolkit comprises of 10 European of the most creative and varied approaches best practices to teaching entrepreneurship in vocational education. Developed by educators for educators, this toolkit has been tested in the UK, Denmark, Netherlands, Spain and Ireland. A structured methodology was developed by a leading Danish VET school to identify the […]
The very innovative Creative Project Canvas is a visual framework that helps artists and creatives to plan SUSTAINABLE projects, where sustainability not necessarily refers to long-term economic profits but to solid foundations you need to establish for your professional human projects. http://www.creativeprojectcanvas.com/it/
Creative industries – routes to finance This guide outlines the forms of funding used in arts and creative industries. Examines funding opportunities from traditional sources (such as sponsorship) and non-traditional sources (such as sources of peer-to-peer or venture capital loan).
This interesting 3-hour course explains the importance of innovation within organizations and the difference between innovation and invention. The platform is interactive and offers the possibility to download the course in pdf word format and others. https://www.open.edu/openlearn/
There’s a fundamental contradiction when organizations ask employees to maintain a fast pace of work and be creative. What often happens in hectic workplaces is that employees resort to autopilot or habitual ways of working. When they don’t have the time or space to incubate novel and clever ideas, they may miss out on opportunities to […]