'A book that made my brain fizz' Bruce Daisley, VP EMEA, Twitter
We are about to enter an Age of Creativity that requires a new set of skills. This book introduces you to four creative superpowers that will help solve your biggest business problems and open up fresh opportunities, namely the powers of:
- Hacking – learn how becoming a hacker will help you tackle problems in different ways.
- Making – learn how getting your hands dirty and making things stimulates new parts of the brain as well as creating happy accidents.
- Teaching – learn how teaching yourself and others consolidates experience in a fast-paced world.
- Thieving – learn how looking to what already exists helps you solve your problems.
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About the Author
Table of Contents
Introduction Daniele Fiandaca, Co-founder of Utopia & Creative Social ix
Maker: Introduction Laura Jordan Bambach, Creative Partner, Mr President 3
What Makes for Great Making? Morihiro Harano 13
Maker Culture in South Africa Kerry Friend 27
Shared Noises Lucas Abela 41
How Making Maketh the Creative Lizi Hamer 53
Hacker: Introduction Daniele Fiandaca, Co-Founder of Utopia & Creative Social 67
Using Hacking to Build Better Business Annicken R. Day 77
Have You Had Your Brain Hacked Recently? Hugh Garry 91
How Hacking Helped Build One of the World's Largest Economies Ravi Deshpande 101
Teacher: Introduction Scott Morrison, Founder of the Boom! 113
Doing-by-Learning David Erixon 125
Street Wisdom: Answers Are Everywhere David Pearl 135
Learning in Reverse Nadya Powell 145
Thief: Introduction Mark Earls, Founder of Herd Consulting 159
Copy Good, Copy Bad, Copy Smarter? Are Architects Finally Learning to Copy Intelligently After 2,000 Years of Practice? Alistair Barr 169
Hats and Happiness. Mark Earls interviews Justin Smith Esq 177
Same Same But Different: How Abstraction Is the Key to Creativity Fans Yakob Rosie Yakob 185
Author biographies 223