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Whether you can teach creativity to business students continues to spark debate. But Christopher “Biz” Stone, co-founder of Twitter Inc., believes it’s ours to access. This fall, Stone will guide M.B.A. students at UC Berkeley’s Haas School of Business in … Continue reading
Business schools are beefing up programs to meet corporate demand for leadership skills, especially creativity. However, whether creativity can be taught in a classroom is up for debate. Recently, an article in Forbes caught my eye because the author, August … Continue reading
Will developing your creativity and personal leadership skills propel you to the C-suite? It might well do that but, at a minimum, leadership development could serve as a solid differentiator as you build your personal brand. Business schools are increasingly … Continue reading