Founder of The Artian
Creativity is a matter of Commitment, not a matter of Resources
Originally from the Tel-Aviv area, Nir Hindi is an entrepreneur who, though rooted in the world of technology and business, has always had one foot in the creative world. He is the founder of The Artian, an innovative company that empowers organizations and leads them to be more original, by using his unique training method that adopts practices, processes, and techniques from the art world, and integrates artistic thinking into the business and entrepreneurship worlds.
Nir is devoted to fostering Renaissance Thinking – combining art with engineering, science, and technology. In his talks and workshops, he exposes the audience to a new way of thinking about these intersections. Nir's perception is that traditional education won't help managers lead and develop in the current environment; to succeed, originality and creative thinking are essential. Thus, how can we be prepared for future challenges which are already taking place? What should we do to develop right brain thinking - creative, emotional and holistic thinking? In his talks, Nir speaks about these topics and more.
Every talk opens a new door to fascinating knowledge about innovation, art, science, design and the relationship among them.
Nir especially advocates the connection between artistic talent and business entrepreneurship, two areas that fuel each other and provide endless opportunities for mutual learning.
In an era when companies struggle to be innovative and creative, compete for talent, and constantly look for the next big thing, Nir inspires his listeners to think differently about the sources of innovation and creativity, emphasizing the shift in mindset required by business professionals to lead in the future.
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