News and Articles About Creativity
Moving non-stop, business owners can easily get frazzled and stressed out. Here are ways you can stay cool despite all there is to do.
Unleash more creativity by following guidelines for designing your company's product and taking in feedback.
New Inc believes in mixing art and business.
These products came to be by chance -- spawning businesses and changing lives the world over.
We scoured the web to find some of our favorite examples of thinking outside-the-plain-rectangle.
New business owners often rely on prediction or creation logic -- and sometimes use both.
Hard work is crucial to success but a single minded focus is overrated. Cultivating new skills like playing an instrument or working with our hands has serendipitous benefits for problem solving at work.
Instead of delegating tasks and mentoring staff, some entrepreneurs forget to train. Innovation and success are stifled.
What if Galileo or other great thinkers had tried to develop their ideas amid a barrage of email and calls? Set boundaries to inspire innovation at work.
Do the work, finish something, get feedback, find ways to improve, show up again tomorrow. Repeat. Be awesome.
To enjoy legal protections for a product whether it's perfume or foot powder, do more than insert fancy terms on its packaging.
The sharing economy is starting to dramatically upend how creative work fashioned for advertising is sourced.
On the 60th anniversary of Peter Drucker's business classic, its concepts are still debated along with W. Edwards Deming's quality circles.
It takes creativity and moxie to address issues such as turning around large companies or launching groundbreaking products.
When stumped for some creative inspiration, order up a round of collaboration while sharing victuals and conversation with the team.
Some work involves simple task completion; other projects require strategic thinking by an unfettered brain. Here's how to do both.
In this video, entrepreneur and online marketing expert John Rampton talks about the one surefire thing that could point to a person being a born entrepreneur.
Great entrepreneurs don't have to sell and start over once their businesses hit it big. Instead, they can transform themselves into intrapreneurs.
He may be founder of one of the world's largest ecommerce companies, but Jack Ma also knows how to deliver a show-stopping musical performance.
In a creative slump? Strap on some sneakers.
Here are 4 ways entrepreneurs can foster a culture where new ideas more easily bloom.
At the launch of Tribeca Film Festival's Innovation Week, a panel of leaders in NYC talked about what excites them most right now. Answers ranged from a crowdfunded virtual reality headset to a new way to think about our own identities.
In this video, tech expert Veronica Belmont shares some important business takeaways from the world of gaming.
A roundup of some of the Apple co-founder's thought-provoking words, collected from various interviews and speeches.
The products of rival firms can prompt and motivate a company to differentiate its offerings and invent new solutions.