Excerpts from Andres Oppenheimer’s new book, ‘Innovate or Die’. Book gives advice on how to think in innovative ways and references Richard Florida’s work and teachings.
Cities are the fundamental drivers of entrepreneurial innovation and economic growth. So why does Ottawa insist on ignoring them?
Two of its leading prophets, Richard Florida and Ray Kurzweil, to give their definition at the Simon Frser University, Vancouver Oct. 22 event.
City comptroller Scott Stringer and urban thought leader Richard Florida gave back-to-back speeches on the future of New York City. The pair spoke at Onramps of Opportunity: Building a Creative + Inclusive New York, an event co-sponsored by Stringer’s office and N.Y.U.’s School of Professional Studies Initiative for Creativity and Innovation in Cities.
In this newest installment of our Creative Spaces series, we have assembled a slideshow to highlight some of the brave new offices that celebrate and enable creativity, through design, artwork, and architecture. These spaces aren’t necessarily high style — but all of them promote transparency, flexibility and cater to the new ways of working.
In this newest installment of our Creative Spaces series, we have assembled a slideshow to celebrate and congratulate those pioneers, some of whom we’ve worked with at CCG, who are envisioning and actualizing new ways of living and working.
By Richard Florida, Report for the National Academy of Sciences, Washington DC: National Research Council, Committee on Japan – 1998
By Richard Florida, Issues in Science and Technology – 1998
By Wesley Cohen, Richard Florida, Lucien Randazzese, and John Walsh, book chapter in Challenge to the Research University, Roger Noll (editor), Brookings Institution – 1998
By Davis Jenkins and Richard Florida, book chapter in Remade in America: Japanese Manufacturing Transformed, Paul Adler, Mark Fruin, and Jeffrey Liker (editors), Oxford University Press – March 1997
By Richard Florida and Martin Kenney, book chapter Organizational Capabilities, in Richard Nelson (editor), Oxford University Press – 2001
This report by Richard Florida, Brian Knudsen, and Kevin Stolarick investigates how the density of a specific class of workers, the “creative class”, affects metropolitan innovation.
By Maryann P. Feldman and Richard Florida, Annals of the Association of American Geographers – June 1994
By Martin Kenney and Richard Florida, Research Policy – 1994