World Creativity and Innovation Week

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World Creativity and Innovation Week (WCIW) was first launched in Canada in 2001 and is now celebrated in 26 countries including Malta

WCIW aims to inspire new thinking and to foster a culture of creativity and innovation. 

 

In 2019, the Edward de Bono Institute organised the following activities for WCIW:

Strategic Decision Game - 8 April 2019. A  interactive game-based workshop delivered by Dr Joanna Radomska from the Strategic Management Department of Wroclaw University of Economics in Poland. 

Leading Strategic Change - 9 April 2019. A workshop on how to manage organisational change, difficult co-workers, and other team workers. This was delivered by Dr Joanna Radomska from the Strategic Management Department of Wroclaw University of Economics in Poland. 

Everyday Creativity, Sustainable Practices from a Food Preparation and Fashion Perspective - 11 April 2019. This event was held in collaboration with the Department of Health, Physical Education and Consumer Studies within the Faculty of Education. Practical workshops were offered to undergraduate students and delivered by Dr Lorraine Portelli and her students.

Undertones. A Mental Health and Arts Seminar - 11 April 2019. At this event, Dr Margaret Mangion delivered a presentatiion on 'The Psychology of Being Creative'. The seminar was held at Giardini Lambrosa in Rabat.  

Exploring Approaches to Nudge for Sustainable Practices: a Mini Hackathon - 12 April 2019. This event was organised by the Edward de Bono Institute in collaboration with the Institute for Climate Change and Sustainable Development. The event was held at the Mediterranean Conference Centre in Valletta.

 



https://www.um.edu.mt/create/ourevents/worldcreativityandinnovationweek