Making the Changes: Improvisation and Business

Today I’m at the University of Guelph, near Toronto Canada, giving a keynote at a conference that’s applying jazz improvisation to business challenges. It’s hosted by a large research grant that’s based here: “Improvisation, Community, and Social Practice” (generally known as ICASP); I’ve been an external consultant on this grant from the beginning over five years ago. Other speakers include: Nancy Adler (McGill), Ken Aldcroft, Alan Convery, Pete Johnston, Mark Laver, Chris MacDonald (Rotman), and Scott Thompson.