KNOWLEDGE IS CHANGING
KNOWLEDGE IS CHANGING
WHAT IS “ARTFUL MAKING”?          VS
WHAT IS “ARTFUL MAKING”?          VS
WHAT IS “ARTFUL MAKING”?          VS
WHAT IS “ARTFUL MAKING”?          VS
THE FOUR QUALITIES OF   ARTFUL MAKING
THE FOUR QUALITIES OF    ARTFUL MAKINGRelease
THE FOUR QUALITIES OF    ARTFUL MAKINGReleaseCollaboration
THE FOUR QUALITIES OF    ARTFUL MAKINGReleaseCollaborationEnsemble
THE FOUR QUALITIES OF    ARTFUL MAKINGReleaseCollaborationEnsemblePlay
CASE STUDY
PATHS TO SUCCESS
PATHS TO SUCCESSOrchestrate the Creation
PATHS TO SUCCESSOrchestrate the CreationRedirect Wrong Moves
PATHS TO SUCCESSOrchestrate the CreationRedirect Wrong MovesFocus on What Works
PATHS TO SUCCESSOrchestrate the CreationRedirect Wrong MovesFocus on What WorksCreation & Discovery
PATHS TO SUCCESSExploration & Efficiency
PATHS TO SUCCESSExploration & Efficiency
EIGHT POINTS OF ADVICE
EIGHT POINTS OF ADVICEEmergence
EIGHT POINTS OF ADVICEEmergenceIteration
EIGHT POINTS OF ADVICEEmergenceIterationPrerequisites
EIGHT POINTS OF ADVICEEmergenceIterationPrerequisitesControl
EIGHT POINTS OF ADVICE
EIGHT POINTS OF ADVICEImprovise, Reconceive,Collaborate
EIGHT POINTS OF ADVICEImprovise, Reconceive,CollaborateWorkspace
EIGHT POINTS OF ADVICEImprovise, Reconceive,CollaborateWorkspaceUncertainty
EIGHT POINTS OF ADVICEImprovise, Reconceive,CollaborateWorkspaceUncertaintyFiscal Responsibility
YOUR ARTISThttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_zwf1HtRAYw
ANSWER
ANSWERHow would you handle deadlines?
ANSWERHow would you handle deadlines?What obstacles do you see tomanaging this group?
ANSWERHow would you handle deadlines?What obstacles do you see tomanaging this group?How would you structure feedbackfor t...
ANSWERHow would you handle deadlines?What obstacles do you see tomanaging this group?How would you structure feedbackfor t...
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This is the presentation for the book "Artful Making" by Rob Austin and Lee Devin, FT Prentice Hall, 2003

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  • Shift from physical work to knowledge work. Problem is that it is not as quantifiable. You can produce x number of widgets a day, but how do you quantify the number of ideas or determine how much time this should take? Work has become more like art. This trend applies to all areas of business, not just Entertainment. This doesn’t mean we throw out industry, but rather we are seeing that the trend is for art and industry to be equals.\n
  • Anything that involves creating something entirely new.\n Responding to an unexpected move by competitor\n Problem solving “on the fly”\n Guiding when no one knows where to begin\n
  • Anything that involves creating something entirely new.\n Responding to an unexpected move by competitor\n Problem solving “on the fly”\n Guiding when no one knows where to begin\n
  • Anything that involves creating something entirely new.\n Responding to an unexpected move by competitor\n Problem solving “on the fly”\n Guiding when no one knows where to begin\n
  • Release vs. Restraint = Freedom within boundaries\n What would have happened if the director had imposed her ideas on the cast?\nCollaboration\n Allows dialogue (spoken and behavior)\nEnsemble\n Release of vanity so the sum is greater than its parts\nPlay\n From ideas to reality, from concept to product\n\n
  • Release vs. Restraint = Freedom within boundaries\n What would have happened if the director had imposed her ideas on the cast?\nCollaboration\n Allows dialogue (spoken and behavior)\nEnsemble\n Release of vanity so the sum is greater than its parts\nPlay\n From ideas to reality, from concept to product\n\n
  • Release vs. Restraint = Freedom within boundaries\n What would have happened if the director had imposed her ideas on the cast?\nCollaboration\n Allows dialogue (spoken and behavior)\nEnsemble\n Release of vanity so the sum is greater than its parts\nPlay\n From ideas to reality, from concept to product\n\n
  • Release vs. Restraint = Freedom within boundaries\n What would have happened if the director had imposed her ideas on the cast?\nCollaboration\n Allows dialogue (spoken and behavior)\nEnsemble\n Release of vanity so the sum is greater than its parts\nPlay\n From ideas to reality, from concept to product\n\n
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  • Read quote from page 19. “ The product is not preconceived, but rather emerges from the process of making.”\n\nDon’t think of it as experimentation. Just because something tried doesn’t work for this application, doesn’t mean it is failed. Often, creative minds will tuck what doesn’t work away and reuse it at a later time.\n
  • Read quote from page 19. “ The product is not preconceived, but rather emerges from the process of making.”\n\nDon’t think of it as experimentation. Just because something tried doesn’t work for this application, doesn’t mean it is failed. Often, creative minds will tuck what doesn’t work away and reuse it at a later time.\n
  • Read quote from page 19. “ The product is not preconceived, but rather emerges from the process of making.”\n\nDon’t think of it as experimentation. Just because something tried doesn’t work for this application, doesn’t mean it is failed. Often, creative minds will tuck what doesn’t work away and reuse it at a later time.\n
  • Read quote from page 19. “ The product is not preconceived, but rather emerges from the process of making.”\n\nDon’t think of it as experimentation. Just because something tried doesn’t work for this application, doesn’t mean it is failed. Often, creative minds will tuck what doesn’t work away and reuse it at a later time.\n
  • Picasso’s Guernica in color for sketches and renderings, but final product black and white. Discipline must be a part of this process, however, to push through that which does not work in order to create that which does work.\n
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  • Artful Making for Product & Artist Managment

    1. 1. KNOWLEDGE IS CHANGING
    2. 2. KNOWLEDGE IS CHANGING
    3. 3. WHAT IS “ARTFUL MAKING”? VS
    4. 4. WHAT IS “ARTFUL MAKING”? VS
    5. 5. WHAT IS “ARTFUL MAKING”? VS
    6. 6. WHAT IS “ARTFUL MAKING”? VS
    7. 7. THE FOUR QUALITIES OF ARTFUL MAKING
    8. 8. THE FOUR QUALITIES OF ARTFUL MAKINGRelease
    9. 9. THE FOUR QUALITIES OF ARTFUL MAKINGReleaseCollaboration
    10. 10. THE FOUR QUALITIES OF ARTFUL MAKINGReleaseCollaborationEnsemble
    11. 11. THE FOUR QUALITIES OF ARTFUL MAKINGReleaseCollaborationEnsemblePlay
    12. 12. CASE STUDY
    13. 13. PATHS TO SUCCESS
    14. 14. PATHS TO SUCCESSOrchestrate the Creation
    15. 15. PATHS TO SUCCESSOrchestrate the CreationRedirect Wrong Moves
    16. 16. PATHS TO SUCCESSOrchestrate the CreationRedirect Wrong MovesFocus on What Works
    17. 17. PATHS TO SUCCESSOrchestrate the CreationRedirect Wrong MovesFocus on What WorksCreation & Discovery
    18. 18. PATHS TO SUCCESSExploration & Efficiency
    19. 19. PATHS TO SUCCESSExploration & Efficiency
    20. 20. EIGHT POINTS OF ADVICE
    21. 21. EIGHT POINTS OF ADVICEEmergence
    22. 22. EIGHT POINTS OF ADVICEEmergenceIteration
    23. 23. EIGHT POINTS OF ADVICEEmergenceIterationPrerequisites
    24. 24. EIGHT POINTS OF ADVICEEmergenceIterationPrerequisitesControl
    25. 25. EIGHT POINTS OF ADVICE
    26. 26. EIGHT POINTS OF ADVICEImprovise, Reconceive,Collaborate
    27. 27. EIGHT POINTS OF ADVICEImprovise, Reconceive,CollaborateWorkspace
    28. 28. EIGHT POINTS OF ADVICEImprovise, Reconceive,CollaborateWorkspaceUncertainty
    29. 29. EIGHT POINTS OF ADVICEImprovise, Reconceive,CollaborateWorkspaceUncertaintyFiscal Responsibility
    30. 30. YOUR ARTISThttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_zwf1HtRAYw
    31. 31. ANSWER
    32. 32. ANSWERHow would you handle deadlines?
    33. 33. ANSWERHow would you handle deadlines?What obstacles do you see tomanaging this group?
    34. 34. ANSWERHow would you handle deadlines?What obstacles do you see tomanaging this group?How would you structure feedbackfor this group?
    35. 35. ANSWERHow would you handle deadlines?What obstacles do you see tomanaging this group?How would you structure feedbackfor this group?How would you handle conflict?

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