“Innovate or Die, Grasshopper!”
KM Lessons from Shaw Brothers Studios
6pm, Wednesday, 24 October 2018,
Knowledge Management Leadership Forum in Melbourne, Australia
In the 1960s Shaw Brothers Studios revolutionised martial arts filmmaking. Movie mogul Sir Run Run Shaw developed a way to churn out lavish blockbusters quickly and cheaply. An assembly line approach kept his filmmakers busy but access to an extraordinary pool of resources meant they could “ask for the moon”.
In my book, Ask for the Moon, I have been exploring how brilliant, driven filmmakers conducted innovative approaches to knowledge production, and bold experiments in the business of movie-making. These insights can assist with current day knowledge management and organisational change.
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Horrible Histories: When Projects Go Wrong
Exorcise your inner demons. Offload, unburden, and get some perspective.
- Small, intimate groups of fellow risk takers (maximum of 4 plus facilitator);
- Creative-based facilitation model to inspire insights.
Not all projects go the way we want them too, but we live in a society that tends to be risk averse and squeamish when it comes to talking about failure. Too many people carry untold history, denying themselves, and others, the chance to reflect, learn, and recover. This is a chance for you to talk about risks you have taken, failures you have endured, and fools you have suffered.
Cost: $25 / person
Dates: 29 Oct. – 2 Nov. 2018
Time: 5.30 for 6-7.30 pm
Place: Pop-Up venue in Melbourne CBD (directions supplied after booking)
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These things are buzz words but, owing to the fact that I worked as a creative performer and producer of innovative projects for more than 20 years in a variety of settings, I can bring an in depth and original perspective that is unique.