Innovation and Creativity as drivers of Contemporary society - Coggle…
Innovation and Creativity as drivers of Contemporary society
A new direction
New linkages between art, commerce and community.
Innovation may offer survival for businesses.
It`s hard to characterise the new knowledge economy.
Creative class: members are paid mainly to create the plan and subsequently have considerably more autonomy and flexibility than do other classes.
knowledge has become so integrated into economic activity that the primary resources are knowledge, creativity, innovation and talent.
propagation and use
People with ideas have become more powerful.
The Emergence of the Creative Economy
The impacto of economiv change:
1 The increase in the value of creativity.
The increase in leisure time and changes in the way leisure time is use.
Recognition of the economic centrality of development of talent and human capital.
Recognition of the key role of education in stimulating and developing creativity and nurturing human talent.
Changes in the World of Work
Workplaces are requiring vocational skills such as flexibility, responsiveness, creative thinking, problem solving and interpersonal skills.
The Demand for Creative Products
Interactivity, convergence, customisation, collaboration and networks are now key criteria for creative products.
Talent and Human Capital
Is now being recognised as a primary determinant of economic vitality and sustainability.
Growth and development will depend more and more on each community’s capacity to invent, innovate and adapt.
The Role of Education in Stimulating and Developing Creativity
Comfortably disagreeing with others and attempting solutions that depart from the status quo.
Combining knowledge from previously disparate fields.
Persevering through difficult problems and dry spells.
Being able to step away from an effort and return later with a fresh perspective.
The Role of the Arts in Innovation and Creativity
Arts-based education is critical to ensuring the next generation of leaders and workers for the knowledge economy.
Learning about the arts, local culture or heritage can inspire community engagement, leading not only to personal, social and community benefit but also to the development of creative solutions to social and economic challenges.
The arts need to reconsider the alignment of their identity as a special case, while society need to recognise the integral and all- encompassing need for creativity into the future in order to be both sustainable and self-generative.
The Contribution of the Creative Industries
industry classifications, can never capture the dimensions and trends underpinning the economy given its inherent demand for novelty and change, complex and dynamic structures and industry groupings, and complex contractual relationships and networks.
Diversity is an important strength of the sector.
Reduction of insularity and the establishment of proactive engagement with other sectors of the economy.
Critical Factors in Innovative Practice
Improving the effectiveness of government support and incentive schemes for research and development.
Broadening the understanding and skills of future business leaders, creative specialists, engineers and technologists.
Taking steps to use the massive power of public procurement to encourage more imaginative solutions from suppliers.
Raising the profile of the nation’s creative capabilities by way of a network of centres of creativity and innovation.
Engaging the Arts and Artists
Artists may need to reconsider their roles and their relationship to innovation.
Artists need to connect fully with the new concepts.