In this short, sharp Inbetweener episode, John reflects more on his recent Edinburgh Fringe Festival experience where he saw many performers showcasing a ‘Work in Progress’… something not quite finished, something which needs feedback, and where the expectation from the audience is different than if they were performing a completed set or show.
Amongst other things, they explore:
- How does a ‘Work in progress’ show differ from a finished show?
- How might you bring the ‘Work in progress’ idea into your organisation?
- What are the advantages of a ‘Work in progress’ when it comes to innovation and creative thinking?
- When will Chris & Rosie Ramsay appear as guests on this podcast?
We hope you enjoy the show AND we hope you join us for another year of a not-so-serious business podcast. And as The Occupational Philosophers always say: stay curious, make stuff, play more, have fun and date life.
FYI: The Inbetweeners episodes are just that – smaller episodes ‘in between’ the longer format episodes designed to give a little kickstart to enable you to be the most curious, creative and imaginative cat you can be – and have some fun in the process.
Their day jobs
SIMON SHOWREEL: https://youtu.be/YZQdJI6qGvg
Ep. 45: Inbetweeners – What Neolithic men & women did when they weren’t catching Mammoths
Ep. 46: Guest episode with humour & leadership expert, Dr Vanessa Marcie
Ep.47: Inbetweeners – Is it time to do a fluffing manifesto?
Ep.48 – Guest episode with Dr Barbara Doran and Rodger Watson: Authors, Creators & Innovators and great humans
Ep.49 – Inbetweeners: Beware of flying mammals…they are innovation killers
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