The private marketplace for fresh sources of inspiration to innovate.
The modern Definition of “Muse” – As a verb, to muse is to think about something deeply. As a noun, it means a person who is a source of inspiration.
WHY MANAGEMENT MUSE?
Are you prepared for the innovation economy?
Business leaders around the world treasure talents who possess innate creative thinking and problem-solving attributes.
New research on the topics of psychology, neuroscience and the relationship between science and humanities demonstrates the best way to approach big challenges is to cross-pollinate organizations with people from various creative capacity.
Really great ideas can be found where you least expect them.
“We tend to assume that experts are the creative geniuses in their own fields. But big breakthroughs often depend on the naive daring of outsiders. For prompting creativity, few things are as important as time devoted to cross-pollination with fields outside our areas of expertise.” - WSJ
HOW IT WORKS
FIND A MUSE
Looking for a new source of inspiration to spark innovation and creativity for your company? Hire a professional Muse to unleash a new flow of fresh perspectives. Browse our community of creatives with a background in Liberal Arts and Humanities, creativity skills, originality-minded, aesthetically-inclined, and experienced working in environments with strong design and innovation culture.
BECOME A MUSE
Are you a natural born divergent thinker with a background in Liberal Arts and Humanities, creativity skills, aesthetically-inclined, originality-minded, experience working in a company or an environment with strong design and innovation culture, a service-oriented attitude and availability for both remote and on-site? If so, we’d love for you to join Management Muse and help build the most inspiring talent pool ever.
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