Stage Managers wrangle directors, designers, writers, and actors every day, under strict union guidelines. Editors cajole writers into producing on time(ish) for each week’s publication. Conductors balance the needs of dozens of musicians while staying true to the needs of the music. These disciplines can teach us how to set up and support creative environments that are conducive to excellent design and development. Bryan Mason and Sarah Nelson of Adaptive Path introduce you to 10 techniques used by creative management professionals to get great work from a wide range of employees.