Live theatre is the best example of simulation in all its forms - pre-production, production and post production. Theatre creates a world in which all stakeholders attempt to make sense out of a world they have created. And usually it is made through text, dialogues and conversations around meaning - the meaning of the text, design, sound, light etc - the aesthetics of the simulation. A very specific, fragile yet tangible and highly governed world is created and then it makes sense for a moment - only a moment though - to the actors and the audience watching this creation unfold..Interesting to see the corporate take on what we do, don't you think?
Seems the corporate world has finally recognized the theatre as a model. This little snip from a very long (and tedious) post about corporate management from Dave Snoden's June 8 blog. The Cognitive Edge:
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I can't for the live of me make this link work. Sorry David.ReplyDelete