Can Scorpions Smoke? Creative Adventures in the Corporate World
Steve’s first book published in 2014 about creativity in the corporate world that aims to provide no concrete answers but provoke plenty of lifelong questions.
“One of the most refreshing, creative and provocative books I’ve read in a long time” Stephen D’Souza. Author of Not Knowing and Not Doing
“This writing is for those of us struggling in a world that is asking for more creativity and less risk at the same time. Keep it by you” Khurshed Denhugara. Author of The Challenger Spirit, Flawed but Willing and 100 mindsets of Challenger Leaders
“Very interesting. I laughed a lot and admired the panache of the writing.” Tim Smit. Founder of The Eden Project
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Imagination, creativity, improvisation and play are not words that adults normally associate with their work, but many secretly lament their absence in everyday life. They are also words that many of us wouldn't put at the top of our curriculum vitae either. However, the world is changing and the emergence of an Age of Applied Artistry is calling for modern organisations to take the development of these skills more seriously, as they become capabilities that are not just nice-to-have but essential for survival in the corporate world of the future. This book crashes together ideas from the world of Organisation Development (OD), gestalt psychology and improvisational theatre and distils them into some simple.
Steve's first book published in 2014.