Can Asians be creative?
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The ability to think creatively and innovate is critical to individual and organisational success in the 21st century. Yet most pathbreaking innovations in the last decades originate from the West. Academic research also frequently found Asians to be less creative than Westerners. This talk explores how culture influences creativity and what one can do to increase creativity in the Asian context.
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Professor Roy Chua
Roy Chua is an Associate Professor of Organizational Behavior and Human Resources at the Singapore Management University (SMU) – Lee Kong Chian School of Business. Prior to joining SMU, Roy was on the faculty of Harvard Business School for six years where he taught the core Leadership and Organizational Behavior (LEAD) course in the MBA program as well as the executive education program on talent management.
This free lecture is presented by the HEAD Foundation, a Singapore-based think-tank devoted to research and policy advice in the fields of higher education and societal development in Asia.