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Some days it’s hard to be creative, but many artists develop projects to constantly keep themselves sharp or as a personal challenge. You may have seen images of Patrick Yurick‘s project floating around lately, and he took the time to …
The newly announced 2014 HOW In-House Managers Conference will focus on teaching leadership, project management and strategic skills to corporate creatives.
Having to successfully function in an environment that is not set up to provide you and your team with the necessary flexibility and resources to execute on your projects calls for some out of the box bureaucratic end arounds.
For those of us who came of age in the 1960s, The Beatles are sacred ground. They provided the soundtrack to our lives. When I hear “Revolution” I’m immediately transported to the summer of ’68 when I walked into Korvettes (ask your grandparents) and purchased the 45 RPM single (ask your parents) of “Hey Jude” b/w “Revolution” with its sleek black sleeve and knocked-out script typeface that read, “The Beatles on Apple” and, of course, that iconic granny smith apple label on the disc.
Frans Johannson, the author of The Medici Effect, continues his exploration of human intersections in his new book, The Click Moment. According to Johansson, success is random—far more random than we would like to believe and strategy, planning, and careful analysis can no longer guarantee strong performance. When you dig deep into the actions of successful people and organizations, you’ll find one common theme. A turning point occurs, and they take advantage of that serendipity to change their fate. There are a number of specific actions that we, as individuals and organizations, can take to capture this randomness and focus it in our favor.
Reinvent yourself by turning your “passion project” into a business for your future Are you tired or burnt out and have an idea for a business but aren’t sure if you can make it work? Sometimes all it takes is …