Friday’s Big Idea
Today’s Big Idea: Conscious Capitalism
Successful "student-centered" classrooms tend to be happier, more creative places than their traditional counterparts because they capitalize on the human variety in the room, rather than relying on the teacher’s ingenuity for everything. They allow for collaborative learning and growth that “chalk and talk” teaching simply can’t achieve.
Many businesses in the creative economy are starting to realize that a worker-centered approach – one that values and adopts the best ideas from every member of the organization – is simply good business. Workers who feel valued are more likely to commit their energy and creativity to the business as a whole, and to supply it with a steady stream of solutions to its most persistent challenges.