When applied effectively, critical thinking skills can benefit us in both our personal and professional lives. Learning how to reason and problem solve enables us to identify arguments and evaluate their validity. It leads us to make more informed judgments about issues. When we think critically, we are less likely to jump to conclusions or accept others' claims at face value.
What’s the secret to being more creative? Scientific research shows that some everyday activities – going for a walk, napping, taking a shower – give your brain the chance to wander and come up with creative new ideas. Our latest Skye Learning video explains it all for you.
As new technology enters the market, the buzz surrounding artificial intelligence (AI) continues to grow. From self-driving cars to digital assistants to natural language processors, AI is revolutionizing the modern technological landscape. Learn more about the evolution of AI in our latest infographic.
Today, companies understand that in order to stay relevant and be successful, they must continually innovate. Companies can hire innovative individuals, but they can also inspire innovation from within. Our latest infographic covers the six “i’s” of innovation and highlights ways to foster innovation in the workplace.
Can people learn to be more innovative? Chris Colbert, managing director of the Harvard Innovation Labs, believes they can. In our latest Skye Learning video, Colbert argues that the key to being innovative is having the courage to embrace new ideas.
Whether you work in business or high tech, entertainment or the arts, creativity can open the door to your future success. But how can a person become more creative? Our latest Skye Learning video explains the latest thinking on the psychology of creativity, including the crucial concept of "lateral thinking."