Coloring Outside The Lines – Integrating Project Management And Creativity
Although seemingly contradictory, project management and creativity can work together to enhance and guard against common pitfalls found in both endeavors. It is useful for project managers to be more creative and for creative professionals to have more structure. By exploring different aspects of both project management guidelines and creative freedoms and combining the strengths of both concepts, the overall success of a project can improve. This ongoing process continues to evolve the strict standards that are dictated by various strategies and provides avenues and solutions that are common to both structured methodologies and creative workflows.
This collection of blogs and thoughts show how to integrate the best of both worlds, the freedom and flow of creativity coupled with the procedural and structured guidelines of project management. Join us on a journey of discovery as we incorporate what we have learned through our experiences in both creative and professional careers. Whether it be for a novel or a business solution, this collection will explore how to utilize and implement both methodologies to achieve success in your endeavor.
About Ananya and Brett Ridenour (Orange County, California Author)
Ananya and Brett are a husband and wife team that are partners both in life and writing. Their relationship and writing has evolved to become what it is today, a collaboration of support, ideas, and dreams. They challenge each other to create, to dream, to be more than they have become as individuals. Ananya and Brett support each other’s endeavors and to that end, are passionate to help each other as a whole. While supporting and challenging each other to grow, both Ananya and Brett maintain their individuality and zest for life. Ananya’s other passions include traveling, archaeology, and jigsaw puzzles. Brett loves video gaming, sewing, cooking, and movies.
Ananya and Brett have agreed, that they want to share their experience and passion with others. They want to give back to the community and have made a commitment to help others with their program, Storyteller’s Ethos, in which they will donate a portion of their proceeds from their novels, to various charities that enhance the advancement and passions of others. Ananya and Brett have three children, two dogs, and the occasional squirrel that likes to run along the fence.