What we can learn from creatives in the management of EU projects

Creative Change project is funded by Erasmus+ program of European Commission to explore how creativity can play a role in EU project management and innovate the way managers are running EU funded initiatives, increasing the impact, improving the results, maximizing the efforts. 
The project is currently launching its educational offer and is reflecting on the role of creative in innovation as showed by this article hosted on the EPALE platform.


Paolo Montemurro
Author: Paolo Montemurro

Director of Materahub, project manager of EU funded projects since 2008, is working since 2010 on capacity building actions for the Creative and Cultural sector and support to young entrepreneurs and startup in the cultural and social sector. Since 2014, he has worked on cross-fertilization between arts and other sector of economy, society and culture. Actively working on the topic of internationalization and networking at EU level for the Creative and Cultural sector, he is researching on the model of European Capitals of Culture as labs to support CCIs development. Since 2016, he is the person in charge of bringing Materahub in European networks among which the European Creative Business Network, Creative Business Cup Network, European Creative Hubs Network. In this network, he has worked with EC Science HUB JRC on a pilot project to discover how creative hubs can become places to co-design policies to support youth employment through the Creative and Cultural sector. In 2018, he has started a new project focused on supporting faculties of arts & humanities on developing new spaces for innovation, entrepreneurship education for students and academic staff, cross -fertilization with companies. Since 2020 he is advisor of the European Commission for EU4Business program...


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