Show 449 – The Chaos Imperative

The Engaging Brand podcast covering social marketing, business ideas and brand marketing tips has a new episode.

Anna Farmery speaks with Ori Brafman and Judah Pollack about THE CHAOS IMPERATIVE: How Chance and Disruption Increase Innovation, Effectiveness, and Success  A book which argues that the most efficient groups and organizations should embrace new ideas by allowing a little unstructured space and “contained chaos” into their planning and decision-making.
  • What is chaos and what is good about chaos?
  • How to use white space – and how to use thinking time in a productive way.
  • Is it possible to not think about anything in particular? Is thinking about thinking white space?
  • How Einstein came across his ideas whilst falling asleep.
  • How we are moving from managing bodies to managing minds in the information age?
  • How to manage teams with people who think differently.
  • Is the world wide web noise or white space for thinking?
  • Can you get variance from yourself – how to encourage yourself to think differently.
  • The role of serendipity – and how to manage it!

And finally the listener of the week is Marianne Cantor from Google+ who was chosen from all the people who have shared about the show this week – a goodie bag is on it's way to you to say a BIG THANK YOU!

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