imaginement™ developed and tested in college classrooms for two decades is a process-oriented guided-inquiry method for transformational change. As an assessment tool, its arts-based approach enhances the attentional capacities of individuals and teams: they move beyond literal seeing and perceive and actualize patterns that spark ideation and innovation. Human beings do not merely adapt but transform because of their ability to “see” what is not there and that seeing lies at the foundation of all human culture.
Photo: Todd Heisler/The New York Times; Tomas Saraceno Venice Biennale 2009
Terri McNichol is a contributor to the Sustainable Enterprise Fieldbook, 2nd printing
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