Nicholas Ind, Author and Consultant; Cameron Watt, Innovation Consultant, Author
The authors of this article begin with the observation that it is a mistake to believe that creativity and innovation require freedom from constraint-freedom being the ability to make choices without prejudice. As a matter of fact, constraint is the soil
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