creativity at work: “be unreasonable” according to Eli Broad and George Bernard Shaw.

” the reasonable man adapts himself to the world. the unreasonable one persists on trying to adapt the world  to himself.  therefore, all progress depends upon the unreasonable man.”  George Bernard Shaw. Irish writer . 1856-1950.  Nobel prize  laureate.  co founder of  The London School of economics.

” The Art of being unreasonable: lessons in unconventional thinking” . published by  Wiley

by Eli Broad . founder of 2 Fortune 500 companies and innovative philanthropist.

Dare to be creative.  it’s the only way out.

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