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Are We Leaving The Information Age For The Age of Creativity?

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Linda Naiman, founder of Creativity at Work, is known internationally for pioneering arts-based learning in organizations. Linda leads retreats, facilitates creative strategy meetings, speaks at business conferences, and conducts workshops on creativity and innovation in North America, Europe and Asia. She also coaches leaders, managers, and artists on finding creative solutions and achieving their goals. Linda is co-author with Arthur VanGundy of Orchestrating Collaboration at Work (Wiley 2003) and is known internationally for pioneering arts-based learning and development in organizations. Her work has been documented in several books: Artbased Approaches: A Practical Handbook to Creativity at Work (Chemi 2006), Wake Me Up When the Data Is Over: How Organizations Use Stories to Drive Results (Silverman 2006), and Artful Creation: Learning Tales of Arts-in-Business (Darso 2004). Her work has also been featured in The Vancouver Sun, The Globe and Mail, and on TU Danmark TV. Interviews by the media include Canadian Business Magazine, CMO, Profitguide.com, CBC Radio, and National Public Radio. Linda is a life-long artist and an associate business coach at the University of British Columbia. Her workshops on creativity and innovation are part of the Management Certification program at Royal Roads University. Clients include Fortune 500 companies; public sector organizations and boutique consultancies