TAO & the Future of 21 Century Business

~  Those that don’t hear the Music think the Dancers are Mad  ~ 

Not only will young students but business employees will benefit from understanding the creative mind and process. 

       Learn more.  Visit these links: 

  www.pARTnershipmovement.org 
8 Reasons Why Businesses Should Partner with The Arts   
If Miles Davis Taught Your Office to Improvise  
Will Adding Arts to STEM Improve Education and Innovation
  Harvard Business Report, December, 2012,  RECLAIM YOUR CREATIVE CONFIDENCE

The Migration of Business

The last  150 years have migrated from the age of Farming, to the Industrial age, to the Information age, to its current progression. 

The Conceptual Age is the age of the 21 st Century.  We must have information and structure, but without imaginative thought, design and innovations can’t be established.   The Conceptual Age includes creativity, invention and empathy. *                          The last 150 years of Generational Ages:     Agricultural      Industrial         Information         Conceptual

                                                                                                     (Farming)          (Factory)         (Knowledge)          (Creative)

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“We don’t make automobiles.  BMW makes moving works of art that express the driver’s love of quality”  ~ Chris Bangle, BMW  *
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“At Sony, we assume that all products of our competitors have basically the same technology, price, performance, and features.
Design is the only thing that differentiates one product from another in the marketplace.” ~ Norio Ogha, former chair of Sony *
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“So how can we compete (with the Far East outside of pricing and labor costs)?
It has to be with design.” ~ Paul Thompson, director of Cooper-Hewitt Museum *

*  provided by Daniel Pink’s, A Whole New Mind