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BORDERS & BOXES,
BREXIT &
CREATIVITY
Jon Harman
Think Outside the
Box
Outside our Comfort
Zone
Linguistics of Creativity
So What Are The Barriers? (Borders)
Vulnerability is Key for Creativity
85 percent interviewed for the shame
research could recall a school incident
from their childhood that was so
shaming that...
The Icarus Deception
“For most of us, the problem
isn’t that we aim too high and
fail –
it’s just the opposite, we aim
too...
Patient Zero
“Who’s problem does ‘deliverology’ solve? The answer is
obvious. It is the politician’s problem. They want to...
Little Boxes
Du Gay, P. and Pryke, M. (2002) Cultural Economy:
Cultural Analysis and Commercial Life. Sage, London.
pp. 12...
History Repeats: Colonialism
If you wanted to change a culture in a generation, how would you do it?
You would change the ...
With Shame Comes Blame
Why So Many Middle Eastern Terrorists
Engineers? (44%)
(Gambeta & Hertog, 2009) found pattern of
co...
What’s In The Brexit
Box?
“The bottom line, which may surprise
many people, is that EU immigration has
not harmed the pay, jobs or public
services e...
THIS IS NOT AN EXIT
Humans Need Not Apply?
Graduate Unemployment on Global Rise
Basic Income for All?
Productivity Paradox Has Taken a Grip
In an Age of Robots?
Should We Be More Human?
Let´s Not Become Little Boxes
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Boxes, Borders, Brexit & Creativity

  1. 1. BORDERS & BOXES, BREXIT & CREATIVITY Jon Harman
  2. 2. Think Outside the Box Outside our Comfort Zone Linguistics of Creativity
  3. 3. So What Are The Barriers? (Borders)
  4. 4. Vulnerability is Key for Creativity
  5. 5. 85 percent interviewed for the shame research could recall a school incident from their childhood that was so shaming that it changed how they thought of themselves as learners. Approximately half of those recollections were “creativity scars”. The research participants could point to a specific incident where they were told or shown that they weren’t good at something creative. This helps explain why the fears are so powerful when it comes to creativity and innovation (Brown, 2015) Vulnerability Without Support = Shame
  6. 6. The Icarus Deception “For most of us, the problem isn’t that we aim too high and fail – it’s just the opposite, we aim too low and succeed” (Robinson & Aronica, 2009)
  7. 7. Patient Zero “Who’s problem does ‘deliverology’ solve? The answer is obvious. It is the politician’s problem. They want to get re- elected. The politician solving their problem usually involves giving everyone else new problems. There’s positive feedback brewing with growing inequalities under the guise of democracy and ‘freedom’. Deliverology is an information-oriented approach to politics. It’s something that wouldn’t be out of place in Orwell’s “Minitrue”. Fundamentally this “deliverology” looks like manipulating constraints on the public by the powerful (to keep them in power) through the medium of information. Dr Mark Johnson, University of Liverpool
  8. 8. Little Boxes Du Gay, P. and Pryke, M. (2002) Cultural Economy: Cultural Analysis and Commercial Life. Sage, London. pp. 12–13 Prime Minister, Theresa May appointed a former accountant to be Secretary of State for Education. This is in addition to the appointment of Amanda Speilman, also a former accountant, as Her Majesty’s Chief Inspector of Education, Children’s Services and Skills (HMCI)
  9. 9. History Repeats: Colonialism If you wanted to change a culture in a generation, how would you do it? You would change the way it educates its children. (Schooling the World, 2010)
  10. 10. With Shame Comes Blame Why So Many Middle Eastern Terrorists Engineers? (44%) (Gambeta & Hertog, 2009) found pattern of conservative mindset, relative depravation along with frustrated expectation of education promise of employment.
  11. 11. What’s In The Brexit Box?
  12. 12. “The bottom line, which may surprise many people, is that EU immigration has not harmed the pay, jobs or public services enjoyed by Britons. In fact, for the most part it has likely made us better off.” – Johnathan Wadsworth, London School of Economics
  13. 13. THIS IS NOT AN EXIT
  14. 14. Humans Need Not Apply? Graduate Unemployment on Global Rise
  15. 15. Basic Income for All? Productivity Paradox Has Taken a Grip
  16. 16. In an Age of Robots? Should We Be More Human?
  17. 17. Let´s Not Become Little Boxes

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