One idea that I think is relevant here is inspired by a colleague of mine called Professor John Bessant who wrote the book "Managing Innovation" (http://www.managing-innovation.com/)
The core notion that improvisation is rooted in…"
Hi everyone. I am writing a paper on the value of improv for the market research industry for a conference in Shanghai. The programme committee has asked me demonstrate the relevance and application of this approach in Asia in particular. What have been people's experience in using applied improv in Asia? What are the similarities and differences? I am particularly interested in experiences involving ideation or innovation work.Thanks for any ideas or opinions.LeeSee More
"Thanks Padraig. Now that I'm back in Melbourne, am looking to see what improv events are coming up. Since our discussion, am also looking out for courses about stand up esp as i have a keynote coming up in a couple of months.…"
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