Sir Ken Robinson, a leading expert on creativity and education, has posted up some short clips focusing on making space for creativity in school curriculums. In part of this video series he cites a study by IBM where CEOs were interviewed and basically asked what keeps them up at night. They universally responded that they’re plagued by the need for creativity in their companies to keep them relevant and evolving. It is interesting to me that I find myself connecting philosophically with most current literature coming forth from the business trench yet I find it nearly impossible to find wells of inspiration in contemporary educational circles. I can’t help but wonder how we’re going to synch up.