Chaos, Order, and Innovation

Chaos, Order, and Innovation [slideshow]

Photo by Sheila Sund (CC BY 2.0)
Do you thrive on structure and planning? Or relish the more spontaneous aspects of your work? These opposing principles were the focus of a session entitled "Chaos, Order, and Innovation" at the 2015 Colorado Creative Industries Summit in Fort Collins, CO. Being a successful arts entrepreneur means balancing a dedication to strategic planning with a matched excitement for improvising and deviating from traditional structure.  Amelia Northrup-Simpson of TRG Arts and Laura Kakolewski of Americans for the Arts led a workshop session exploring what it means to live with some ratio of order-to-chaos in our work, how we react to complexity and ambiguity, and how improvisation and iteration can lead to innovation.



Posted April 24, 2015
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