Doing it ourselves

Posted by Kirsten Gibbs on December 13, 2018
  • Mozart could carry an entire opera in his head. But he didn’t expect his orchestra to read his mind. He wrote them a score.

    A jazz composer like Art Blakey didn’t expect his band members to read his mind either.

    He also wrote them a score. But he left gaps in it for them to improvise in – within the framework of the piece. The piece was different every time, and yet also the same. You can tell when its Art Blakey.

    Its tempting to do it all yourself when you want to control the experience your audience has.

    But better to work on creating a framework that supports your team in doing it ourselves.

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