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An investigation into the physical and perceived space around us and how we use it to make sense of our world.
From the blog
How do you remember names? This was one of the themes we explored - using clean questions - at our recent Clean for Teams / Systemic Modelling event in Erlangen, Germany. Read more to learn what happened and to discover how our students are using graphics and visual methods to help them retain their learning.
Where is your creative place? Do you have one? How can you find it?
Jacqueline Ann Surin reviews "Insights in Space" and the Clean Space workshop she attended this summer and discusses how coaches and facilitators can utilise space to help their coachees solve problems, generate ideas and spark creativity.
Here are all the quotes James Lawley and I have used in our new book, "Insights in Space".
From Recommended Reading
Where Good Ideas Come From: The Seven Patterns of Innovation
This book identifies key principles that are the driving force of creativity. From the Renaissance to satellites, medical breakthroughs to social media, Charles Darwin to Marconi, Steven Johnson shows how, by recognising where and how patterns of creativity occur, we can all discover the secrets of inspiration.