Planning, improvization, and process

Kailasha at Eight to Late engages in some philosophy regarding the how of planning and improvisation are complementary. All I will add is two points,

1) great improvisation is performed by masters who have spent years of disciplined study mastering their craft.

2) improvisation in groups, be it improv comedy or jazz, relies on certain rules being followed.

Even in improvisation, maybe especially in improv, process is king.

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About Bill Nichols

PhD in Physics from Carnegie Mellon University I'm a software team coach and instructor with the TSP Team at the Software Engineering Institute
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