You've probably heard about a hard-to-get, hugely new service called Google Wave. Lest ye forget, there are plenty of web-based collaboration tools that don't require learning a new way of speaking. Here are a few of our (mostly free) favorites.
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CLF Interview David Parken - CEO The Australian Institute of Architects from Grant Crossley on Vimeo.
To complement this video you should also check out the amazing work the Australian Institute of Architects are doing with Google Earth: http://www.architecture.com.au/i-cms?page=10778
The Creative Leadership Forum and The AGSM Executive Programs are collaborating together to develop a two and half day program for executives on Leadership, Creativity and Innovation.
Following on from the AGSM Executive Roundtable on Leadership, Creativity and Innovation on 20th February 2009, this program caters for the needs of executives that emerged.
Rosemary Howard and Ralph Kerle have produced a podcast below that provides a fantastic insight into the background and importance of this program in our current challenging times...
Neuroscience has changed considerably in the past 20 years. An example of change over period is the concept of brain plasticity. Brain plasticity refers to the brain’s ability to rewire itself, relocating information processing functions to different brain areas and/or neural networks. Two decades ago, it was believed that brain networks were static after its initial formation period. Now that belief has changed. The study of brain plasticity has profound implications in human learning and behaviour, and as such, for mental health. To better understand this concept, let’s take a quick tour of the human brain, neural networks, and the plastic potential therein.