New CyberAlert Blog Series
Stratford, CT — 03/15/11 — The CyberAlert blog today published Corporate Killers of Creativity, the first in a series of three articles on Managing Creativity in Business.
Dissects Corporate Killers of Creativity
Corporate Killers of Creativity takes a humorous approach to dissect the worst clients and bosses who stifle creativity and innovation. Among the seven types of creative baddies are Colonel Dick Tator, B.B. Sniper and Fred E. Cat.
Check out the blog article at: http://www.cyberalert.com/blog/corporate_killers_of_creativity.html.
How many of the creativity assassins have you encountered in your career? Who that you know fits each characterization?
In almost every industry, a few companies use superior creativity in product development, operations and communications to gain competitive advantage. How do they engender and nurture creativity and innovation?
Part II in the series, to be released next week, looks at Distinguishing Attributes of Creative People — the characteristics that differentiate creative individuals.
Part III, entitled Managing Creative Teams, examines effective methods to motivate and stimulate creative employees.
The series on Managing Creativity in Business was written by William J. Comcowich, President and CEO of CyberAlert LLC, a premier online news and social media monitoring service that offers a 14-day free trial of its media monitoring services to public relations and marketing professionals in corporations, government and not-for-profit organizations.
The articles document his observations based on 35 years of working with and managing creative personnel in product management, advertising, public relations, marketing, film and video production, software development and business services.
CyberAlert is allowing the blog post to be republished with proper attribution.
William J. Comcowich