Posts tagged with “applied improv”
23 March 2017 - How to Calculate Your Fee for an Applied Improvisation Workshop
I know how challenging it can be to figure out how to calculate your fee for designing and presenting an Applied Improvisation workshop (or providing any kind of service) for a client. Here are some factors you should consider (and a few NOT to consider).
26 April 2016 - All About Improv, Applied Improv, Creativity, Play, Innovation… Part 3
This is the third installment in my “All About Improv, Applied Improv, Creativity, Play, Innovation” series of blog posts. This one includes a link to a no-cost, 23-page list of resources (articles, videos, books, and lists of books and book reviews) that I’ve compiled over the past year.
26 April 2015 - All About Improv, Applied Improv, Creativity, Play, Innovation… Part 2
In my travels, I’ve come across lots of excellent resources (articles, videos, books) about improv, applied improvisation, creativity, play and innovation. So I’ve cherry-picked what I think are the most relevant, useful and interesting ones, and compiled a 20-page list for you.
12 January 2013 - 34 Reasons To Learn Improv
People often ask me why I think it’s a good idea for anyone to learn and practise improvisation, even if they have no intention of ever performing in public. Here are 34 reasons.
5 January 2013 - How To Succeed In Business: Improvise!
In business, you shouldn’t wait until your product or service is perfect before you launch it – you just have get something out there, listen to the feedback, and adjust as you go. That’s a lot like what improvisation performers do.
8 August 2012 - Thriving in Uncertainty – The Promise of Improv
Life and business are unpredictable – no matter how much we plan, we never know what’s going to happen next, do we? Kind of like improv. On July 12-13, I participated in a fabulous two-day conference in Melbourne, Australia, titled “Thriving in Uncertainty”. It was about the concept of “applied improvisation”.