I’m thinking a lot today about process.
We talk endlessly about our creative processes: how to audit them, how to improve them, how to determine whether they are useful and efficient, when to overhaul them and when to tweak them.
But undergirding all of these conversations is one assumption: that process matters. That most of us genuinely require express processes to do our work well.
And undergirding that assumption is a fundamental aversion to the premise of tossing a cherished process aside in response to spontaneous or unanticipated opportunities and constraints.Read More