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A presentation designed to enable my Art, Design & Media team to begin to harness play and trust within structures at work to maximise creativity

A presentation designed to enable my Art, Design & Media team to begin to harness play and trust within structures at work to maximise creativity

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Play, Trust, & Structure in A&D Education Play, Trust, & Structure in A&D Education Presentation Transcript

  • Section meeting art design & media 4th March
  • MANIFESTOTowards a really effective, creative, funArt Design & Media section & place to work
  • Trying things out (role play) / Being creativeBlowing off steam / Group bonding / Inclusion /Competition / Not work!
  • “Homo Ludens – humans defined asplayful creatures” (Huizinga J 1950)“From this perspective, we arecharacterised not just by our thinking orachievements, but by our playfulness: ourcuriosity, our love of diversion, ourexplorations, inventions and wonder.” (Bill Gaver)
  • “Adults ask „What isit?‟ Kids ask „Whatcan you do with it?‟” (Tim Brown)
  • QUICK TASKPersona - if the section(ADM) were a person,describe them (words ofpictures) in 60 seconds
  • Process / System / Productivity / Success / Creativity
  • “Rules may emerge andgoals may be sought, butthese will be provisionalinventions, makeshift toolsto help the advance ofcuriosity and exploration.” (Bill Gaver)
  • “It is not whether baking biscuitsis meaningful, but the extent towhich the activity, can still seemso after it has been continuouslystretched and subdivided across5000 lives and half a dozenmanufacturing sites.” Alain De Botton
  • Safety / Happiness / Friendship / Growth / Space / Objectivity / Innovation
  • Tim Brown highlights a need for trust tomake play genuinely creativeTrust in our section, each other and our job• Observations• High performing teams• Wells / less wells• Students trust us to deliver the creative world in the most exciting and fun way
  • “When does a jobfeel meaningful?When it allows us togenerate delight” Alain De Botton
  • MANIFESTOHow can we incorporate play, reflectwith trust and work within usefulstructures to maximise creativity?
  • TEAMS PLAY TRUST STRUCTUREMake things fun What‟s good, Effective systems what‟s not? Mark Kate Jill Vicky K Jeremy Becci Trish Naomi Alan Laura Darren F Nicola B Ian Vicky P Bryn Katie Ruby Darren H Teresa Ruth Hannah M Jake Jen Becky