The Project Gutenberg EBook of Creative Impulse in Industry, by Helen Marot This eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere at no cost and with almost no restrictions whatsoever. You may copy it, give it away or re-use it under the terms of the Project Gutenberg License included with this eBook or online at www.gutenberg.net Title: Creative Impulse in Industry A Proposition for Educators Author: Helen Marot Release Date: June 12, 2004
Women are becoming entrepreneurs at a record pace. Whether we are
motivated to create our own wealth, have the flexibility to work and
raise a family, or want more from life than simply churning out a
paycheck—women everywhere are making the move. We are exchanging
our corporate 401(k)s and benefits for the liberation and creative
fulfillment of entrepreneurship. So why aren’t you?
This comprehensive text explores the philosophy that all nurses are leaders who use creative decision making, entrepreneurship, and life-long learning to create a work environment that is efficient, cost-effective, and committed to quality care. Broad and comprehensive coverage encompasses leadership and management theories and processes by synthesizing information from nursing, health care, general administration and management, and leadership literature.
This unit deepens participants’ knowledge of change processes
(through the practical application of various approaches to change
management). Case study analyses and practical exercises are
complemented by industry speakers and the study of theories of
Participants work in groups and undertake a number of activities
(such as developing and presenting a business plan) to help them
understand the entrepreneurship process at various levels.
We could not have wished for a more distinguished speaker to give
the first lecture than Jeff Wall. Depiction, Object, Event, written
especially for this occasion, is an original and thought-provoking
interpretation of developments in the art of the last century that
have culminated over the past two decades in an alleged fusion of
art and life.
Today, artists are often regarded as the trendsetting members of a
‘creative class’ that is fully integrated within the tertiary sector of
the global economy.