SITRA HERÄÄMÖ 2020
Suvi-Kanerva Koivusalo was invited by Sitra, the Finnish Innovation Fund, to give a speech about "Creative methods for tackling uncertainty - Applied Improvisation as a solution".
The speech is in Finnish (Suvi-Kanerva starts at 05:10).
PATRICIA RYAN MADSON
Stanford Professor Emerita
interviewed by Suvi-Kanerva Koivusalo (2019)
Patricia Ryan Madson is a Professor Emerita at Stanford University. She’s the pioneer of teaching improvisation skills to students from various disciplines.
Patricia is the author of Improv Wisdom: Don’t Prepare, Just Show Up - and currently teaches at Stanford’s Continuing Studies.
Suvi was honored to have this conversation with Patricia Ryan Madson. Together they talk about improvisation at Stanford and why there should be more improvisation taught at all levels of education.
“Engineers, probably more than anybody else, need improv to get out of their linear minds”.
"University administrations are coming to understand that we’re not going to get through the 21st century unless we find ways to help students exercise their creative imagination.”
A FEW ARTICLES ABOUT IMPROVISATION AS A TRAINING METHOD.
This article is by Jesse Scinto, a lecturer in Columbia University's Strategic Communications programs.
The next consultant to visit your office may not be from McKinsey.
In a business world that's more uncertain than ever it pays to be able to think on your feet.
What can leaders learn from improv comedians?
Tech workers are taking lessons in how to be spontaneous, and the comedy classes are causing quite a scene around Silicon Roundabout.