Pathways to Connect Creativity and Sustainable Development

Kamel MNISRI,Klaus-Peter SCHULZ
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Pathways Towards Connecting Creativity and Sustainability provides multiple disciplinary and thematic perspectives on how creative processes are brought about and maintained for the purpose of sustainable development. The complexity of Sustainable development challenges requires completely novel solutions and change of mindsets. Therefore collective creativity is essential. The book is inspired by the philosophy of ARTEM (ARts, Technology &Management), a transversal and transdisciplinary approach to scientific research, learning and practice. It contributes to the ongoing discussion on how creativity relates to sustainable development and is connected to the discourse of the ARTEM Organizational Creativity Conference series. The book is designed to offer the reader, aca ... Lire la suite
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Date de première publication du titre 20200924
ISBN 9782814305748
EAN-13 9782814305748
Référence 124681-47
Nombre de pages de contenu principal 602
Format 16 x 24 x 0 cm
Poids 850 g

Paul SHRIVASTAVA - Foreword

Klaus-Peter SCHULZ, Kamel MNISRI - Preface – Pathways Towards Connecting Creativity and Sustainability: Integrating Perspectives on ARts, TEchnology, Management and Social Sciences

Part I - Reflections related to creativity and sustainable development

Sandra WADDOCK - Reflections on Creativity, Innovation, and Emergence towards Flourishing

Pedro SENA-DIAS, Miguel PINA e CUNHA - Eupsychia 2049

Delphine WANNENMACHER, Khoudia GUEYE, Elise MARCANDELLA, Alain ANTOINE - Ethical Participatory Action Research

Stéphane GANGLOFF, Kamel MNISRI - The Relationship between Moral Imagination and Creativity in Teams

Part II - Arts, artistic interventions and embodiment

Takaya KAWAMURA, Anne PÄSSILÄ, Sue MOFFAT - Connecting Creativity and Sustainability via Human Body

Wendelin KÜPERS - Cultivating Sustainable Organizational Bodies by Embodied and Playful Learning as an 'Inter-Practice'

Maria NICOLI, Luiz OOSTERBEEK, Matteo FABBRI, Roberto MESCHINI, Emanuele BORASIO - Digitangibility

Sacha KAGAN - Village Triangles - Games to playfully learn about complex systems

Part III - Methods and space for creativity in change and sustainable development

Anu KAJAMAA, Silvia IVALDI, Laura GALUPPO, Giuseppe SCARATTI - Facilitating Creativity and Social Sustainability: A Mission Impossible for the Management of Fablabs?

Denise Shelley NEWNHAM - Activity Theory: Creative and Sustainable Organizational Approaches – Design –Development Implementation

Julia BREßLER, Petra FROß, Julien BUCHER - Creativity Techniques as Springboards for Collaborative Working Groups

Jonas W. TAREKEGNE, Klaus-Peter SCHULZ - Ideate Hard, Play Harder

Adam SEYMOUR - Team Learning in Makerspace: with Relevance to Robotic Surgery Simulation Training

Part IV - Sustainable community development

Carmella CUCUZZELLA - Public Spaces as Hnges between Climate Change Knowledge and Action

Sari SUOMALAINEN, Anne PÄSSILÄ, Allan OWENS, Clive HOLTHAM - Facilitating Sustainable Development through Artful Inquiries in Public Open Space Management

Sherif GOUBRAN, Gilbert Émond, Carmela CUCUZZELLA - Understanding Regional Sustainability in the Built Environment

Vusumuzi MAPHOSA - Sustainable Information Access in Rural Communities through Mobile Apps

Anna ZOLOTARJOVA, Nuno GUIMARAES da COSTA - Community Development and Expatriation

Part V - Corporate sustainability and creativity

Heike WÖRNER, Stefan HÜSIG - How and Why Art Projects and Methods Are Used in the Innovation Process?

Rainhart LANG, Thierry KEUSCHER - Towards a Sustainable HRM: Bridging Professional Capital and Sustainable Micro-Political Influence Tactics of German Human Resources Managers

Marie France CLERC-GIRARD, Carinne SONNTAG - Developing Social Entrepreneurship in a Free Competitive Market

Marius PISLARU, Ionut Viorel HERGHILIGIU, Ioan Bogdan ROBU - Development of a Fuzzy Logic based Tool for Corporate Sustainability Assessment

Conclusions

Klaus-Peter SCHULZ, Kamel MNISRI - Beyond Traditional Paths: Creativity as Resource to Deal with Sustainable Development Challenges

Authors' biographies

Pathways Towards Connecting Creativity and Sustainability provides multiple disciplinary and thematic perspectives on how creative processes are brought about and maintained for the purpose of sustainable development. The complexity of Sustainable development challenges requires completely novel solutions and change of mindsets. Therefore collective creativity is essential. The book is inspired by the philosophy of ARTEM (ARts, Technology &Management), a transversal and transdisciplinary approach to scientific research, learning and practice. It contributes to the ongoing discussion on how creativity relates to sustainable development and is connected to the discourse of the ARTEM Organizational Creativity Conference series. The book is designed to offer the reader, academic or practitioner, the opportunity to explore and rethink new paths and contexts for systematically connecting sustainable development with creative approaches. The volume positions the concepts of creativity and sustainability in a sound theoretical framework and explores issues of practical and theoretical value covering a range of themes, including:– Reflections related to creativity and sustainable development,– Arts, artistic interventions and embodiment,– Methods and space for creativity in change and sustainable development,– Sustainable community development,– Corporate sustainability and creativity.This volume profits from the variety of methodologies and case-based expertise of the authors from various disciplines and origins.

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