Improv In Business Schools

06 Dec 2012

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Many business schools are beginning to incorporate elements of improv training into their curriculum. This is fantastic news for participants and for the business world in general.

Improv has many wonderful skills to teach us, most of which can be applied to business of any kind.

These are just a few examples of the many schools currently teaching improv as part of their curriculum:

  • UCLA's Anderson School of Management
  • Duke University's Fuqua School of Business
  • MIT's Sloan School of Management
  • Columbia Business School

Original article: Why using improvisation in business to teach business skills is no joke


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