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"Few people are willing to take the messy path if a tidier approach of organizing, preparing, and coordinating looks like it might deliver victory," writes celebrated economist and author Tim Harford. And yet, he argues, creativity and resilience relies on "human messiness."

“Few people are willing to take the messy path if a tidier approach of organizing, preparing, and coordinating looks like it might deliver victory,” writes celebrated economist and author Tim Harford. And yet, he argues, creativity and resilience relies on “human messiness.”

 

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Dare to be messy: tapping an unrecognized source of creativity and resilience!

USBD27302Based on Messy: How to be creative and resilient in a tidy-minded world by Tim Harford (Little, Brown Book Group, October 2016), and an interview with Rory Sutherland, Vice Chairman at Ogilvy Group UK (January 2017).