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Title:
10 Ways to Foster a Culture of Curiosity in Your Learning Organization
Author:
Bernard Bull,
Journal:
Etale Digital Age Learning
Date:
2015-06-22
Description:
Nurturing a culture of curiosity in our learning organizations has immense potential for improving the lives and experiences of learners Ten steps for nurturing learning communities rooted in curiosity
Category:
Education, Children

Title:
Cultivating Organizational Curiosity
Author:
Babak Armajani,
Journal:
Governing
Date:
2007-10-03
Description:
Curiosity can be defined as a need thirst or desire for knowledge It's also an attribute found in high performing organizations
Category:
Research

Title:
Deconstructing intellectual curiosity
Author:
Christopher Powell,Ted Nettelbeck,Nicholas R Burns,
Journal:
Personality & Individual Differences
Volume:
95
Pages:
147
Date:
0000-00-00
Description:
Scales of Need for Cognition NFC Typical Intellectual Engagement TIE and Epistemic Curiosity EC measure intellectual curiosity IC These scales correlate strongly and have been factor-analyzed individually but not together
Category:
Psychology

Title:
Four Ways to Cultivate a Culture of Curiosity
Author:
Katie Smith Milway,Alex Goldmark,
Journal:
Harvard Business Review
Date:
2013-09-18
Description:
We look at our culture as a product just like Re-Mission and Zamzee are products says Pat Christen president and CEO of HopeLab And we believe a culture of curiosity is key to innovation
Category:
Culture, Business

Title:
Self-Reflecting and Mindfulness: Cultivating Curiosity and Decentering Situated in Everyday Life
Author:
Ralph Vacca, Christopher Hoadley
Journal:
Persuasive Technology
Volume:
9638
Pages:
87
Date:
2016-03-11
Description:
Mobile-based approaches can promote curiosity and decentering through self-reflection and the valence and likelihood of experiencing certain mental events may influence how self-reflection is experienced which in turn influences curiosity and decentering factors of mindfulness states
Category:
Mindfulness, Situated context, Self-reflection

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