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Resources and information in support of the Center for Applied Creativity.
Last Updated: Nov 17, 2017 URL: http://guides.grc.usmcu.edu/cac Print Guide Email Alerts

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Holiday Closing Notice

 

The GRC & Libraries will be closed on Friday & Saturday, 10 & 11 NOV 2017Read more...

 

Our Mission

                                                                    

The Brute Krulak Center for Applied Creativity supports scholarly research and curriculum development cultivating creativity in the profession of arms. War is more than a true chameleon. The United States military requires officers that can adapt to changing circumstances faster than their adversaries. Exploring new approaches to creative problem solving fosters a culture of innovation and adaption consistent with the best traditions of the Marine Corps

This guide stands as a Learning Library repository of best practices and research related to military innovation and creative problem-solving.  The Brute Krulak Center for Applied Creativity oversees the Learning Library and the site is maintained by Gray Research Center.

MCU students and faculty are encouraged to forward articles related to applied creativity and innovation to the GRC for posting on this site.

 

 

New Features


Check out Lt. Gen. (Ret) Daniel Bolger's Top 5 Books on War and Strategy.
 

Creativity News

Listen to this podcast from the Modern War Institute on innovation in the military: 

Gaming the Future

 

 The Strategy Bridge  introduced a series of decision games to help military professionals visualise and describe the changing character of war and warfare.

 

Next War‘ will include a monthly seminar-style game of a future war as part of a broader series on wargaming.

Idealogues: An Innovative Approach to Growing Small Unit Creativity

Cognitive Collaboration Why humans and computers think better together. 

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