Timeless Borderless Creativity
We change directions to discuss the implications of a society where a portion of its creative output begins to increase significantly. Although we associate creativity with particular individuals more times than not, especially in the Pro-C category of creativity, rarely does the creative product represent the work of one individual, working in a vacuum, isolated. We point out that high levels of organizational creativity requires expertise that approach problems imaginatively motivated, either by the organization itself, or intrinsically as within the nature of the specific individuals. As we become swept up by the confluence of biological entities, at the phylogenic level (gene engineered), society at the sociogenic level and technology at the technogenic level, we will see profound changes in civilization as we know it.