The Lifelong Kindergarten group at the MIT Media Lab identified some guiding principles for cultivating creativity that can be adapted for life under social distancing:
- Projects: Many projects can be completed using the same tools. Just as children find new ways to construct Legos, employees can find new ways to synthesize ideas.
- Passion: Encourage co-workers to develop their own ideas for projects that will use their talents and hold their attention.
- Peers: Creativity flourishes when we connect and communicate. Use remote tools to seek out connections and maintain communication.
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