Open Conceptual: Built to Learn

Think of this enterprise as an open concept — an idea extended to its most radical extreme. Think not just “enterprise” in the everyday, business sense; enterprise in the original and more general sense of an undertaking – an adventure, an experiment, something done both as a means to an end and as an end in itself — which could be anything artistic, scientific, commercial, or social: anything that takes a risk for the sake of creating or discovering something better.

This accomplishes two things:

  1. concepts — insights and answers to questions, knowledge on the the nature of creativity, enterprise and change (read Truth, Will & Relevance).
  2. concept development — practice answering questions, an ability to deal with complexity and ambiguity to not just survive but thrive when outcomes are uncertain.

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