As many of you know, I started an MSc in Neuroscience this autumn at Kings College London. I did this to finally gain the specialist background to further understand the human-based parameters of innovation and enterprise. In the last three years we have spent a lot of time observing entrepreneurs’ levels of innovation, resilience, problem solving abilities and how they make decisions. We developed workshops which produced tools that have helped many of the entrepreneurs in our space move forward. However, there is a need for deeper understanding and refining of the tools.
Our objective is to find macro neurological functions which correlate to problem solving and innovation. From there we can re-test and finesse the tools we have already created.
Over the next year, I will be blogging not just about what I am learning, but how – because this is not just an extrapolation, but experimentation. I have never done science as a course, and entering such a new territory, there will be a huge learning curve for my brain. This will teach me first hand about how we learn and generate ideas!
What does that mean for THECUBE ?
1. There will be more information on our blog correlating neuroscience to innovation and business.
2. There will be more science based events at THECUBE to explore other ways of thinking.
3. You can schedule one to one with me M-W.