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Thursday, July 20, 2006
From Strategy to Creativity
Savile Row mini case study - possibly the most insightful single thing I have read in months.
-- umair // 5:06 PM //
i imagine you are familiar with the blog "english cut" -- http://www.englishcut.com/
mike // 6:35 PM
Scoble and Isreal also wrote about Savile Row and English Cut in
chris // 6:04 AM
That's very true, and it's a very fun blog, but imho it's more of a marketing exercise.
Which is perfectly cool, but a lil diff from my point: that it's important for strategists to begin understanding what makes creativity happen in a world where creativity > strategy.
Hence, my advice to study Savile Row (one of the world's great and most durable creative clusters).
Thx for the comments.
umair // 6:45 PM
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