Sep 24 2012

Chris Corrigan on Group Size in Innovation and Open Design

In our week three of the Project Community course, we are talking about group size. While I was at the fabulous Applied Improvisation Network World Conference this last week, I got to ask the fabulous Chris Corrigan for his insights to share with the class. The fabulous payoff is in the last 2 minutes or so!

via Chris Corrigan on Group Size in Innovation and Open Design – YouTube.

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5 Responses to “Chris Corrigan on Group Size in Innovation and Open Design”

  1. Ria Baeckon 25 Sep 2012 at 8:31 am

    Hello Nancy! Thanks for this beautiful video! I have posted it on the Art of Hosting Ning site, so that it can travel wide!
    Thanks again!
    Ria

  2. Nancy Whiteon 25 Sep 2012 at 8:53 am

    Chris is amazing, isn’t he?

  3. […] Nancy White’s post drew my attention to the important points that Chris Corrigan makes about group size. […]

  4. Chris Corriganon 25 Sep 2012 at 9:57 am

    *blush*

  5. Scott Johnsonon 25 Nov 2012 at 10:08 pm

    Very good tips from Chris on group size and innovation. So many thoughts out there on every aspect of bringing out innovation who would have thought of group numbers as a key element. In medical education I’ve heard the sacred number is eight. Maybe it was meant to be 3+3+2, the two disagreed and it took the six to separate them?

    Thanks for this.

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