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A culture like good improv

We hosted an informal discussion on innovation the other day, and lucky for us Harry Max attended. Harry is good, and I don’t employ those italics lightly. He talked about those elusive aspects of a culture that nourish innovation, that are mirrored in improv…

  1. Trust
  2. Listening & self-awareness
  3. Accepting and making offers (Yes, and…)
  4. Moving into action with full commitment
  5. Staying nimble

Niti was kind enough to blog more about his talk.

Purely coincidentally, I’ve been exploring the improv culture in my neighborhood. If you’re in NYC, $8 can buy you this experience at The PIT or the Upright Citizens Brigade Theater.