Mark your calendar!
This week, I confirmed that I will give a talk at the Creative Company Conference in Amsterdam on May 26. The CCC has a great list of speakers (including Sir Ken Robinson, Google’s Ji Lee, and TCHO‘s Louis Rossetto and Timothy Childs), and it’s a great honor to join them! More about the CCC:
The Creative Company Conference is the first international conference that brings business and creativity together in one arena, deconstructs the DNA of creative companies to understand their business models, presents the entrepreneurs that play the game of value creation, innovation and creativity in business.
The creative economy has just begun and the transition of your company into a truly creative company is the great task ahead.
The CCC is the place to connect, get inspired and learn lessons from business and creative thought leaders from every corner of the world.
My talk will focus on one of the CCC’s key questions: In education we prepare pupils and students for a future we do not know. What knowledge and skills give the next generation the best change of coping with the unknown? A session in which CCC poses the question: Isn’t it time to introduce two new elements in all levels of education: creative thinking and entrepreneurship.