On 23th November the last session of the Spin-off Competence Lab 2022 was led by Margaret Mangion from University of Malta.
Margaret presented a very participative and useful session about how to train our creativity in order to turn problems into opportunities. Also reference was also be made to evaluation methods using creative thinking methods.
The ability to view things from different points of view by shifting perspectives becomes invariably necessary for the survival of the venture.
Dr Margaret Mangion is the Director of the Edward de Bono Institute at the University of Malta. Her research focuses on different aspects of creativity and organisational learning.
She is a member of the International Society for the Study of Creativity and Innovation (ISSCI) and the Possibility Studies Network (PSN). Before moving to a career in academia, Dr Mangion held various posts in the private sector in Malta and in England.
In total there were about 35 people who attended this seminar from the different Universities of the Alliance. All attendees agreed on how practical and useful it is to know this kind of skills about creative thinking methods.
If you missed out this presentation or you want to watch it again, you have it available on the YouTube channel of the SEA-EU Alliance: