Studies that have a zany twist, Eveline van Zeeland believes, strengthens the power of scientific research.
Eveline van Zeeland
There isn't a management book that doesn't have a trendy canvas model or other type of model in it. Drop that and trust the creativity of our brain, Eveline van Zeeland writes.
The infatuation with data in society has worn off, contends Eveline van Zeeland. The human scale must be restored and the word 'data-driven' banned.
Every day, in small and large ways, the rights of makers are violated. Sometimes unknowingly, but often deliberately. Eveline van Zeeland proposes a way to put an end to this.
Learning from a genius also means learning to plan differently. Eveline van Zeeland explains how Mental Imagery can help.
Our columnist Eveline van Zeeland discovered how using old-fashioned pen and paper with the popular Bullet Journal Method stimulates creativity.
Living and working from a sense of compassion and empathy is not airy-fairy, but, as Eveline van Zeeland discovered, it is actually the key to more successful innovation.
It almost went unnoticed. On June 9, Edward de Bono, the godfather of creative thinking, the jack-of-all-trades who stood at the foundation of so many innovative concepts, passed away.
It is time that we stopped seeing men as the standard, both in science and practice, our columnist Eveline van Zeeland writes.
When people at the top of the social ladder tell lies, it's bad for trust in government. Columnist Eveline van Zeeland even sees a correlation with the number of corona infections.
A negative review is the terror of every marketer. Eveline van Zeeland explains why you can still turn it into something positive and even gain a strategic advantage from it.
Design can bring joy into people's lives. And that is exactly what we need in these times of doom and gloom argues Eveline van Zeeland. Therefore: Long live emo design!
Put your absolute truths on sale, because only those who allow doubt and do not conform are true innovators, writes Eveline van Zeeland.
Why is it so important to stand on the shoulders of giants? Eveline van Zeeland makes a plea for upholding the citing of sources.
Eveline van Zeeland slams her laptop shut at online congresses where people are not the number one priority. "Basically, every study should have a specified amount of credits set aside for ethics."
Do we want to put ourselves on the map in terms of innovation? Eveline van Zeeland contends that is then high time that teachers learn to appreciate our most creative students.
How do we narrow the gap between science and practice? And how serious is this much-discussed gap? Eveleline van Zeeland-Holst is looking for the ultimate answer.
It is precisely now that government should focus on building and shaping society, and not on short-term political survival, Eveline van Zeeland contends.
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