Part 1 organization and execution


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C

California Academy of Sciences

Camp Camp (Bennett and Shell)

ceiling height

Cézanne, Paul

Coach for America

challenge meetings

change

circles

rules of

self-awareness and

Clinton, Bill

CNN

Cohen, Sacha Baron

Comando, Carly

commitment

communications strategy

community

accountability and

circles

commitment and

competition and

Doers in

Dreamers in

feedback from

frequency theory and

grounding ideas outside of

idea sharing in

Incrementalists in

networks

partnerships

pushing ideas out to

self-marketing and

serendipity and

spotlight and

transparency and

work space and

competition

complementary skill sets

completion, biological and psychological resistance to

conflict

consensus

constraints

contrarianism

conventional wisdom

conviction

Cook, Tim

Coppola, Francis Ford

Corea, Matias

Cornell University

Costco

coworking

creative’s compromise

creative team

appreciation in

building

complementary skill sets in

conflict in

consensus in

flexibility and

hot spots in

immune system in

Initiators in

leaders talking last in

managing

sharing ownership of ideas in

creativity

constraints and

work space and

creator’s immediacy

Crooke, Michael

^ Crossing the Chasm (Moore)

Csikszentmihalyi, Mihaly

Currey, Mason

cynics

D

Daily Routines

Darwinian prioritization

Davis, Brock

Davis, Joshua

daylighting

Dee and Charles Wyly Theatre

Degas, Edgar

design and aesthetics

deviants

differentiating attributes

disagreement and debate

Disney

Disney, Walt

diversity of expertise

Doctorow, E. L.

Doers

Done Walls

Dreamers

Duffy, Robert

Duranty, Louis Edmond

E

Edison, Thomas

Eisenhower, Dwight D.

Ellenthal, Jon

e-mail

Action Steps and

feedback and

Insecurity Work and

emotions

energy

constraints and

Energy Line

Insecurity Work and

rewards and

and urgent vs. important tasks

work space and

Engadget

^ Engine Room

entrepreneurs

Evernote

“Everyday” project

execution

and abandoning ideas

biological and psychological tendencies and

change and

community and

constraints and

conviction and

following up

meetings and

progress and

rewards and

shipping

visual organization and

experimentation

F

Facebook

failure, benefits of

Farah, Roger

^ Fast Company

Fawkes, Piers

fear

feedback

appreciation-based

self-awareness and

flexibility

Flickr

Flow: The Psychology of Optimal Experience (Csikszentmihalyi)

focus

community and

Dreamers and

work space and

focus area

following up

^ Fortune

43folders.com

Free: The Future of a Radical Price (Anderson)

Freedom Park

Freelancers Union

frequency theory

G

Gallup Inc.

games

Geek Dads

General Electric

^ Getting Things Done (Allen)

Gizmodo

Gladwell, Malcolm

Godin, Seth

Goldman Sachs

GOOD

Google

go-to people

Greenberg, Bob

Grisham, John

Group Genius (Sawyer)

group therapy

GSD&M Idea City

^ Guilt & Pleasure

H

happiness

HarperCollins

Harris, Jonathan

Harvard Business Review

Hennes, Tom

Hewlett-Packard

hoarding:

of information

of urgent items

Holt, Courtney

Honda

Horowitz, Sara

hot spots

Hsieh, Tony

I

IBM

ideas:

abandoning

community and

competition and

marketing of

new, generating

sharing

sharing ownership of

skepticism about

Idelsohn Society for Musical Preservation

IDEO

The Shop at

^ Illusion of Life, The: Disney Animation (Johnston and Thomas)

impact

important vs. urgent tasks

Impressionist movement

i n-box

Inc.

Incrementalists

information nodes

Initiators

innovation

Insecurity Work

Internet

iPhone

Ive, Jonathan

J

Jacobs, Marc

Jefferson, Thomas

Jobs, Steve

Johansson, Frans

Johnston, Ollie

justice

J. Walter Thompson

K

Kalina, Noah

Kalmikoff, Jeffrey

Kaplan, Rob

Kerr, Steve

Kinkade, Thomas

Klein, Calvin

Knight, Phil

knowledge, past accomplishments vs.

Krispy Kreme

L

Lamott, Anne

Landauer, Steffen

Lauren, Ralph

leadership

creative team and, see creative team

meetings and

rewards and, see rewards

of yourself, see self-leadership

Lee, Ahree

Lee, Ji

Legal Sea Foods

Lewis, Michael

^ Liar’s Poker (Lewis)

Likemind

lizard brain

l ocation-centric vs. project-centric approaches

Long Tail, The (Anderson)

love

M

McPherson, Isaac

Maeda, John

“Make Something Cool Every Day” project

management, see leadership

Manet, Edouard

Mann, Merlin

marketing

Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)

MBA training

^ Medici Effect, The (Johansson)

meetings

Action Steps and

challenge

of circles

length of

project management

regularly scheduled

standing

team leaders and

MeetMoi.com

mentoring

Meyers-Levy, Joan

Microsoft

microwave oven

Milne, A. A.

Miramax

mistakes, taking advantage of

Mizrahi, Isaac

momentary injustice

Monet, Claude

Moneyball (Lewis)

Moore, Geoffrey

MTV

multitasking

MySpace Music

N

nagging (Darwinian prioritization)

Nair, Archan

Naked Communications

National September 11 Memorial Museum

Netflix

networks

^ New New Journalism, The: Conversations with America’s Best Nonfiction Writers on

Their Craft (Boynton)

New Work City

New York Times

Nickell, Jake

Nietzsche, Friedrich

Nike

99% Conference

NoahBrier.com

Nokia

Norman, Donald

note taking

O

O’Callahan, Jay

organization

competitive advantage of

impact and

structure and

work routines

P

Palm V

Palmer, Benjamin

Panasonic

partnerships

passion

Patagonia

Patterson, James

Peace Corps

Pentagram

personal advisory boards

perspective

perspiration

Edison on

“Phylotaxis”

Piano, Renzo

Pine Street

Pissarro, Camille

play

^ Poetics of Music in the Form of Six Lessons (Stravinsky)

Pop!Tech

Portfolio

Post-it note

Postrel, Virginia

Priceline.com

Prince-Ramus, Joshua

prioritization

Darwinian

Energy Line and

urgent vs. important tasks

processing

procrastination

Procter & Gamble

productivity, flexibility and

progress

project-centric vs. location-centric approaches

project management

breaking projects into primary elements

meetings for

plateaus and

PSFK.com

^ Publishers Lunch

Purple Santa experiment

R

Randal, Jason

RCRD LBL

reactionary work flow

Rebel Sell, The (Heath and Potter)

Reboot Network

recognition

Red Bull

Reed Space

References

chronological pile for

discarding

distinguishing Action Steps from

filing

labeling

processing

questioning

Renoir, Pierre-Auguste

responsibility grid

restrictions

rewards

happiness as

incremental

play as

recognition as

short-term

REX

R/GA

Rhode Island School of Design (RISD)

Rodriguez, Diego

Rojas, Peter

Rothstein, Jesse

routines, work

ROWE (Results Only Work Environment)

Rutterford, Stephen

S

Sagmeister, Stefan

sandbox environments

^ San Francisco Chronicle

Sawyer, Keith

schedules, work

School of Visual Arts

Schorr, Max

Schwartz, Barry

Scientific American Mind

self-awareness

self-leadership

backward clock

contrarianism and

deviants and

entrepreneurship and

failure and

ambiguity and

love and

self-awareness in

visionary’s narcissism and

self-marketing

self-reliance

serendipity

SETI Institute

shipping

Sisley, Alfred

SixDegrees.com

skepticism

Slate.com

social networks

social power

Southwest Airlines

Spaces feature

Spear, Josh

Spence, Roy

Spencer, Percy LeBaron

Staple, Jeff

Staple Design

START/STOP/CONTINUE approach

Steinhart Aquarium

storytelling

Stravinsky, Igor

structure

change and

work routines

Stutman, Randall

^ Substance of Style, The (Postrel)

Sun Microsystems

supply chain management

support

Sutton, Robert

T

Tarter, Jill

Taylor, James

team wikis

TED (Technology, Entertainment, Design) conference

Texas

the99percent.com

Thinc Design

Thomas, Frank

thrashing

Threadless

3Com

3M

Times Square

^ Total Recall (Bell)

Toyota

transparency

Trickey, Keith

Truslow, Sam

21 Dinner

Twitter

two-minute rule

U

unique features

urgent vs. important tasks

V

Vans

Vimeo

visionary’s narcissism

visual organization

W

waiting

waiting in line

Walker Digital

Wal-Mart

^ Washington Post

Weblogs, Inc.

“We Feel Fine” project

Weinreich, Andrew

Welch, Jack

West, Kanye

“Whale Hunt”

whiteboards

Whittingham, Parris

Williams, Colin

Wilson, E. O.

Wired

work ethic

workplace flexibility

work routines

work space

shared

World Trade Center

worrying

writing

WTC Logos Preservation Project

Wyatt, Jocelyn

X

Xtify.com

Y

Young Presidents’ Organization (YPO)

YouTube

Z

Zappos

Zola, Émile

Zolli, Andrew

About the Author
^ SCOTT BELSKY BELIEVES that the greatest breakthroughs across all industries are a result of creative people and teams that are especially productive. As such, Scott has committed his professional life to helping organize creative people, teams, and networks.

Scott is the founder and CEO of Behance, a company that develops products and services to organize the creative world. He also leads “The 99%,” Behance’s think tank and annual conference that conducts and showcases research on organization and execution in the creative world.

Behance’s first product, the Behance Network, has become the leading online platform for creative professionals. The Network collectively receives millions of visitors every month and has become one of the most efficient platforms for creative professionals to broadcast their work to top agencies, fans, peers, and recruiters.

In 2008, Behance launched the Action Method, a revolutionary “action management” system that has replaced traditional project management practices throughout the creative professional world and beyond. Behance also developed the Action Method product line—a series of organizational products that are sold around the world.

Scott has traveled the globe meeting with hundreds of creative professionals and teams, always asking the question, “How do you make ideas happen?” He has consulted for leading media companies, helped institute work flow changes at top advertising agencies, and regularly speaks at major conferences in the creative industries. He has also shared Behance’s research in segments on ABC News and MSNBC, and is a regular contributor on American Express’s Open Forum.

Prior to founding Behance, Scott helped grow the Pine Street Leadership Development Initiative at the Goldman Sachs Group, Inc. He was especially focused on organizational improvement and strengthening relationships with key clients.

Scott also hopes to increase “productive creativity” in the not-for-profit world through his involvement on various boards, including Cornell University’s Entrepreneurship Program and Reboot.

Scott’s education is in design, environmental economics, and business. He attended Cornell University as an undergraduate and received his MBA from Harvard Business School.

Scott lives and works in New York City.
^ CONNECT WITH SCOTT:

www.scottbelsky.com

twitter.com/scottbelsky
1

Anecdotally, I have spoken with multiple human resources professionals within creative agencies who report that the most common reasons for quitting, as stated in exit interviews, are related to management or morale issues rather than more competitive salaries.
2

Our team conducted a small investigation into this topic, known as “The Purple Santa Experiment,” the story of which is told in Appendix 2.
3

Godin’s MBA program is more competitive to get into than Harvard’s. It is a small class of about ten students that experience a rather autonomous six-month education under Godin’s direction. The 99% Conference was just one of many parts of the “curriculum.” I have met a number of Godin’s students and am impressed with their intellectual intensity and practicality. They are all emerging leaders; and I found myself envious of the experience they were having. As a recipient of a more traditional MBA from Harvard, I can say that Godin’s MBA program likely serves as a better foundation and stronger impetus for entrepreneurial success than any other top MBA program.
4

Michael P. Farrell, “The Life Course of a Collaborative Circle: The French Impressionists,” in Collaborative Circles: Friendship Dynamics & Creative Work (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2001), 27-67.



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