Five ways creative thinkers build business value

The opportunities for creative professionals to be valued for the way they think are ripe for the taking if they can articulate their value proposition
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This year The World Economic Forum named Creativity the third most valuable future job skill for 2020 (after complex problem solving and critical thinking).

The opportunities for creative professionals to be valued for the way they think are ripe for the taking if they can articulate their value proposition to clients beyond the mere trading of artefacts.

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Matt Jackson
About the Author
Matt Jackson is the founder of affectors.com, a business that identifies people problems in workplace culture so that organisations can lift their creativity and team performance. His latest book, The Age of Affect (Richmond Publishing $27.99), now available instore or online at http://www.affectors.com/shop/the-age-of-affect-by-matt-jackson