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ImprovMeansBusiness TM ©2009 Tosone Associates LLC Improv for IT Executives Creativity, Collaboration, Communication Jim Tosone Director, Healthcare Informatics Pfizer Inc
ImprovMeansBusiness TM ©2009 Tosone Associates LLC What is Improv? Set of Games Originally for Child Actors Used to Create Sketch Comedy
ImprovMeansBusiness TM ©2009 Tosone Associates LLC Value in the Workplace Increase Comfort with Change Deepen Relationships Though Adaptive Communication Enhance Think-On-Your-Feet Creativity Foster Seamless Collaboration
ImprovMeansBusiness TM ©2009 Tosone Associates LLC Improv Games Dr.-Know-It-All Rewind ABC Mirror
ImprovMeansBusiness TM ©2009 Tosone Associates LLC Ground Rules Be Sensitive Dont Worry About Being Funny There is No Do – Only Try
ImprovMeansBusiness TM ©2009 Tosone Associates LLC Dr. Know-It-All 3 People Line Up as Dr. Know-It-All Audience Asks Questions Dr. Know-It-All Answers with One Word Per Person in Sequence
ImprovMeansBusiness TM ©2009 Tosone Associates LLC Rewind Improvise a Two-Person Scene When I Ring Bell –Replace Last Line Spoken –With a Different Line
ImprovMeansBusiness TM ©2009 Tosone Associates LLC ABC Improvise a Two-Person Scene Dialog Alternates Alphabetically –First Line Starts with A –Second Line Starts with B –Last Line Starts with Z
ImprovMeansBusiness TM ©2009 Tosone Associates LLC Mirror Pair Up Stand Facing Each Other Lock Eyes Follow each others movement exactly –Head, Arms, Body, Legs Transfer the lead back and forth
ImprovMeansBusiness TM ©2009 Tosone Associates LLC Use Games Situationally Creativity Collaboration Communication
ImprovMeansBusiness TM ©2009 Tosone Associates LLC Improv Principles Initiate Ideas Acknowledge & Accept Ideas Build on Ideas Stay in the Moment Make Mistakes
ImprovMeansBusiness TM ©2009 Tosone Associates LLC Improv Means Business TM Jim Tosone
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