Nomad Studio: finding flow in the field

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Workshop Overview

The nature of work is changing rapidly. Cubicles and GANT charts are dead. It’s predicted that by 2050, over 75% of employees will be considered 'free agents'. If you are already an entrepreneur or creative freelancer or are managing a remote team, you are intimately aware of the importance of clear process and structure for increasing productivity. The challenge is how do you cultivate real creative flow in the field with the minimum viable structure?

We’ll be sharing and practicing with real tools and practices that we’ve employed in the field for the last 10 years, from high-end corporate innovation bootcamps in Berlin to scrappy field research and prototyping in Rwanda. You’ll leave with a practical toolkit of processes, habits and reviewed tools that we’ve created that can be scaled across any industry, size and location. You’ll practice through exercises with co-learners and be able to apply and commit to practices in your own work. The workshop is designed to be an interactive and immersive learning experience, so don't expect to lean back.

This workshop is designed for people who are already familiar and even practicing creatives in the field (outside an office), but who want to increase their productivity and creativity with more ease and freedom. This workshop is specially designed for creatives who work independently or within small teams and want to learn how to bring a fresh approach to their creative process.

Workshop Details

Date: December 9, 2018

Time: 12pm - 5pm

Cost: $150* 

*Workshop cost includes a healthy California lunch & bites on both days, as well as starter Nomad Studio kit.

Where: FACT0RY, 1000 Fulton St. San Francisco, CA

Who: You'll be facilitated by the Ritual Studio team in a beautiful and safe space to experiment, practice and play together in real-time. Each participant is invited through our network. We value intimacy over wide reach, and specifically design the experience to integrate a holistic approach towards learning: from embodied practices all the way to conceptual visualizations to anecdotal examples.  




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