The Nobel Creativity At Welingkar

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On his visit to Mumbai at the Welingkar Institute of Management, Tobias Degsell, the curator at the Nobel Museum in Stockholm, emphasised on the importance of creativity for innovation. He said that the forbidden acts of disrespect, question, playfulness, failure or mistakes can be the key to unleashing the creativity inherent in everybody.

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The Nobel Creativity At Welingkar

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On his visit to Mumbai at the Welingkar Institute of Management, Tobias Degsell , the curator at the Nobel Museum in Stockholm, emphasised on the importance of creativity for innovation. He said that the forbidden acts of disrespect, question, playfulness, failure or mistakes can be the key to unleashing the creativity inherent in everybody. http://www.udaysalunkhe.com

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The Nobel Museum, dedicated to Alfred Nobel and the eponymous prize, at Sweden is symbolic of this philosophy. It is a lens through which one must look at the Nobel with creativity as common ground. The hallway manages to fit in 900 laureates and the chairs at the museum cafe serve as a guest book, cataloguing signatures of all the Nobel laureates who visit. "We believe that creativity is for everyone. The problem is people aren't always allowed to choose to be creative. To break patterns, it's necessary to push the boundaries" says Tobias based on years of research on 900 laureates till date. Creativity and innovation can be cultivated in anyone, he adds. http://www.udaysalunkhewelingkar.com

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In order to be creative, Degsell states that an attitude of courage, perseverance, vision and curiosity is crucial. While cradling innovation is a universal problem "because it is disruptive and goes against an existing system", added Degsell . http://www.udaysalunkhe.net

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For a country like India, with its diverse communities and hierarchies, he says "Diversity is good". "To promote creativity, it's important to start really early .And it's not about finding right answers all the time but about finding different kinds of answers and working together to solve problems. What we need in the future is teams who solve problems." http://www.udaysalunkhewelingkar.net

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Among the heap of memorabilia that the Nobel Museum houses Degsell's favourite pick is a bicycle mounted on its wall that belongs to Amartya Sen. http://www.udaysalunkhe.in

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