Two articles on very different aspects of change in today’s instalment of Crackers (click the link for the full list) – the role (and importance) of creativity, and the evolution of training in response to social and organisational change.

Creativity is a competitive advantage:  Janet Clary asks the simple question “Are innovation and creativity taking a back seat to survival in this fragile economy?” and, by implication, if we are acting in our longer-term best interests. So, are winning the battle but losing the war?

The evolution of training: Verity Gough explores the development of training in response to social and organisational change, and provides rich food for thought. How evolved is your organisation and its relationship to learning?

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