A few years ago, we kicked off a management course on using creativity as abusiness tool in an unusual way: instead of hearing a standard lecture, studentswere led through a workshop on improvisation by a pair of actors.
The goal was not just to have fun. Rather, it was to build a toolset that studentscould use to find inspiration in the ordinary and camaraderie among team members—and ultimately to pave the way toward risk-taking and innovative thinking intheir business pursuits.

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