Creation spaces are a key vehicle to accelerate learning

John Hagel writes about coming together in creation spaces – “a cell, a small group of people, typically somewhere between 3 to 15 people, who come together on a very frequent basis and share a common goal to have an increasing impact in some domain.” These small groups, he notes, connect to expanding networks with no limit to scaling potential. The cells, he goes on to say, embody the levels of a knowledge pyramid: skills, knowledge, capabilities and passion. On the power of passion: The best place to start is by cultivating capabilities, especially curiosity and emotional and social intelligence. “Those capabilities will help you to explore an expanding array of domains until you finally find the domain that draws out your passion.”

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