An overview of creativity in sciences: visions and representations beyond stereotypes
- An overview of creativity in sciences: visions and representations beyond stereotypes
As part of the "Innovating in Management" seminars, the Innovation Circle opens this seminar which aims to question the vision and representation of scientific creativity.
While the theoretical and conceptual intuitions of the greatest researchers are regularly put forward as central pieces of a storytelling -sometimes far from reality- on the history of science, many are surprised because creativity in sciences is not promoted as much as it is in the arts. Is design in the sciences impacted by a systematic bias, whereas the arts aren't as much impacted? Are there specific patterns in the breakthrough that scientists create and explore? Structural differences in the background involving creativity?
We will question the creativity in sciences. We will summarize the contributions of the literature on creativity in science. We will review some great figures, we will explain the reasoning behind great scientific moments, but we will also present recent experiences of innovative design workshops in science, and we will make some recommendations on the organization of scientific creativity in the research environment..
Speakers: Albert David, Université Paris Dauphine - PSL et Dominique Lafon, CayaK innov, membre du Cercle de l'innovation.
Free webinar, registration is mandatory.
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