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D’Think Chat Recap: Fostering Innovation and Creativity in Your Organization

July 10, 2014 by Bruce Jones, Programming Director, Disney Institute

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At Disney Institute, we believe that innovation must be an ongoing process for any organization to truly differentiate itself and thrive in the future. It is critical to success. So, it was no surprise that during our monthly D’Think Twitter Chat yesterday, we had lots of excellent dialogue with our Twitter community about the hot topic of fostering innovation and creativity within an organization. 

The hour-long chat featured questions and answers based on our professional development course that explores Disney innovation and creativity. Not only did it provide Twitter followers the opportunity to engage directly with one of our facilitators, it offered the opportunity for followers to share with each other their ideas and approaches to fostering innovation and creativity within their own organizations.

There were many excellent responses throughout the chat. CLICK HERE if would like to see a full recap of the chat, or here are a few of our favorite tweets: 

And, for more on our approach to innovation and creativity, check out:

Share your perspective: Why is innovation critical for an organization, and how can creativity create value? 

We’d love to hear from you!
Post your response below, or respond to us on Facebook or Twitter using Hashtag #DThinkBlog.

Mark Your Calendar!
Join us for our next D’Think Twitter Chat on Wednesday, August 6 at 12 p.m. (Noon) E.T. when we will host another engaging discussion with our followers focused on one of the Disney Institute core competencies: Service, Leadership, Culture, Brand Loyalty, and Creativity and Innovation. 



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