Teaching to the right brain

06/18/2009 | Knowledge@Wharton

Students need to be trained to think more with the right side of their brains to meet new workforce challenges, argues Daniel Pink. Left-brained analytical thinking is not enough, he says, because the contemporary economy needs the kind of big-picture thinking that comes from the right brain.

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