This week I wrote a piece on Forbes.com entitled, "How To Overcome Organizational 'Working Memory' And Liberate Your Creativity." In it, I describe the parallel of our own working memory and how gets in the way of our creativity to a company's collective inertia and inability to get out of its own "ways" when it comes to creativity. What I could not say - only allude to - is that Ideasicle serves this role with our clients all the time.
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It's perhaps the most important project in Ideasicle's six year history, as this client's purpose is to counter violent extremism. It was a naming project and this client had outgrown their current name. I say "outgrown" because they were moving from an old model to a more flexible and innovative organization that will have a transatlantic presence. Our assignment was to rename this organization to better reflect its evolution.
It's the first of its kind to combine new media, communications, on-the-ground networks, cutting edge new research and high level policy advisory work, all countering violent extremism. It's an organization that will do what none other has: reach out to youth and compete proportionately against extremists trying to recruit. It's grassroots but focused on big ideas.