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Cultivating the Imagination for a World of Constant Change
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Thought Leaders Webinar Series - September 20, 2011
University of Southern California’s Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism
Thriving in the 21st century requires more than just learning — or even learning how to learn. These worked great in the 20th century, but they will not sustain us in this one. Instead we must focus on how to cultivate imagination.
Imagination is more important than creativity. Imagination is critical for finding new ways to frame issues and for crafting new conceptual lenses. Simply put, in a world of constant change, we must master the art of the beginner’s mind where imagination reigns supreme.
Join Douglas in a conversation about how we can cultivate imagination in the 21st century as he discusses his and John Seely Brown′s new book.
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