Edite Amorim What it means to collaborate
Stonly Baptiste Let's collaborate on the big hairy goals.
Katie German Katie German
Camilo Mejia Camilo Mejia
Parker Gates Empathy leads to meaningful collaboration
Jay Becker Jay Becker
Hassan Etaat Hassan Etaat
Anna Wohlesser [Short] Listen from the heart
Anna Wohlesser [Short] Creating space for collaboration
Simon Curran & Lucien Law Five Learnings on Creative Collaboration
Alex Găvan Collaboration at high altitudes
Leeroy New Collaborate
Our Audience Collaborations Gone Wrong
Our Audience Milwaukee Flag
Garth Walker Collaboration
Garth Walker Collaboration (Teaser)
Our Audience Embracing Wabi Sabi
Madhu Menon Creativity In Cooking
Mara Provenzano No Está Todo Inventado
Liron Lavi Turkenich A Meeting of Types
Daniel Carranza Hacer juntos es hacer más
amy langrehr Collaboration
valeria molinari Collaboration Q&A
Kirsten Jassies Kirsten Jassies - Just K
Антон Белов Anton Belov on COLLABORATE
Hadi Barkat Helvetiq was born.
Redon Skikuli Redon Skikuli
Jan-Christoph Zoels Jan-Christoph Zoels
Enrique Pernía Pertegaz Las marcas no son logos
Juan Sanchez and Megan Moore Lessons on Collaboration
Chris Ryniak and Amanda Louise Spayd Making, Collaborating and Extending Respect.`
Juan Comparán Arias Si quieres hacer algo genial... no lo hagas tu solo.
Lotta & P-A Jörgensen Fool Magazine
Georg Petschnigg Creative Collaboration
Georg Petschnigg Q+A
Lee Bofkin Lee Bofkin
Peter Heacock Collaboration
Sandra + Mathieu Holl Sandra + Mathieu Holl
Magnus Kirchheiner Magnus Kirchheiner
ANDREAS DALSGAARD ANDREAS DALSGAARD
George Mumford The Mindful Athlete
Eusebio Reyero Collaborate
José Luis Escalante Colaborar Me Sabe Bien
Aoife Behan & Carol Soutar What do you look for in a collaborator?
Adam Rosendahl Collaborative Experience
Debra Lam Chief of Innovation
Rehan Choudhry Collaboration Through Kindness
Cola Zhang Castor Bours West East
Alex Maciver Alex Maciver
David Torres Bisetti La importancia de la colaboración
Arielle Tye Collaboration & The Abacus
Poppy and Scotty Pop&Scott
David Thompson Trust is Key to the Conversation
Amelia Ampuero Amelia Ampuero
Hank Duke Collaboration – how does it enrich us?
Adam Rosendahl Invite Imagination
Dallas Graham Make a Happy Place Between Unlikely Pairings
No Kings Collective Everybody Eats. Everyone Can Be Happy.
Gert Garman Collaborate
Julio Lima Julho - Colaboração
Julio Lima Teaser Julho: Colaboração
Perry Vasquez Keep on Crossin'
Alan Lo Alan Lo presents COLLABORATE
Lou Lenzi Care To Collaborate
Mariana Castro Mariana Castro
Sophie Caron L'impro: arme de construction massive
Marcelo e Fábio O que Buda e as Séries de TV nos Ensinam Sobre Colaboração
Jennifer Blanco Stop, Collaborate, and Listen!
Bram de Zwart Q&A
Bram de Zwart Bram de Zwart
Jennifer Owen & Brad Cox Collaborate
Demodern Digital Agency Demodern Digital Agency
Antonio Sabater Islas Humanas
Doug Mccraw The Power of Collaboration
Kelley Howley Hunt & Gather
Wilson Miner "Steal This Talk"
Kelsey Snook "An Invitation to Collaborate"
Danny Rosin Collaborate
Danny Rosin Collaborate Q + A
Sara Hicks CEO, Reaction Commerce
Jon Bell Jon Bell
Darden Smith Songwriter and Musician
Anna Wohlesser Collaborate - the Essence of What I Do
Johane Germain Une terre qui unit autour de l'eau.
Niko Klanšek Niko Klanšek
Denver Hutt Two Very Big Thoughts
Nadine Achilles Collaboration in the Physical Workspace
Borja Martínez Collaborate with Borja Martínez
Klaus Rosskothen Urban Art and Collaboration
Jay Grandin & Leah Nelson C is for Collaboration
“The climate question is really an efficiency question.”
“In order for people to stay motivated about a goal, they need to be big, because that’s what really motivates people - something bigger than themselves.”
“It’s really hard to get people to do new things, even if it’s after agreeing that everyone was going to do these things.”
“Working with others requires time & energy alignment”
“When you actually need to implement and execute certain ideas - in some cases - being siloed, being alone, getting in your zone and executing on your specific tasks is critical.”
“How can we work together to solve the challenges like the effects of climate change? And how do we not - pardon my French - f*ck it up, because it’s too important?”
“Climate Change is something that is happening, that’s becoming more accepted, and what’s also becoming accepted is that together we can do something about it.”
“Some problems are just too big for one approach or one solution to ever even have a hope of having an impact.”
“Most things that are really important to solve, require the power of many people.”
There's a lot of compromise in terms of designing but it's doing exactly what it needs to do.
Not everything works out. You are always going to run into this kinds of oops moment where something is kind of majorly falling apart.
You have to know how to let go and that's really, really hard for creative people.
About compromise is seeing your artistic vision through another artistic lens is often when you're a creative person whether that's music or writing or anything, seeing your ideas interpreted by somebody else... it's hard to let go.
The harder thing to do is pick up the phone and call but it turns out that was the best thing to do.
Within a project talking to people- just open up and talk to them. There is no stupid question.
Be polite but don't wait until there's an emergency to bring something.
Communication is probably the most important aspect of collaboration.
Good thing about collaboration, you really cut down on the amount of stuff you have to do personally.
What does it mean to listen from the heart? It means, someone tells a story and you're not immediately comparing yourself to that story.
Pour moi, une idée, ce n'est rien de plus qu'une barre granola.
"Radical collaboration... I want people who can be really objective to my point of view. I want somebody who can challenge me and push me."
The thing I love most about Vine is what you can do with nothing.
Time is still magic to people.
Reach out. Reach through the screen, start to work with other people.
L'impro, ça a changé ma vie. Complètement.
To cross certain boundaries is to die and be reborn as another person. Trust bravely in love. Be down, but not out.
One of the hardest things in the creative process actually is saying no and you have to say no in order to make progress.
Tiene que se COMPATIBLE el trabajo de esas distintas personas, eso es COLABORACIÓN
Desde la raíz trabajar juntos
Colaborar es co-crear
Colaborar es confianza y soberanía
Colaborar es compartir conocimiento
La colaboración posee una forma muy eficiente de trabajo
No hacemos las cosas solos, nunca.
Todos tenemos nuestro trabajo de 8h y además, hacemos esto porque nos gusta
Hacer las cosas de forma colaborativa es más eficiente
It's okay to dig your heels in a little bit and fight for what's right, as long as you're willing to be wrong when you're wrong.
creo que tener una actitud de laboratorio también es buena, ... no tengo una gran verdad absoluta
Lo útil no es lanzar mensajes. Es hacer experimentos
La colaboración tiene un componente de laboratorio
ayudar a los demás hace que nosotros crezcamos mucho
Una cosa que no se suele decir y que es interesante compartir es "donde estamos mirando, que estamos aprendiendo"
Es un hackeo, es el uso alternativo de una cosa, que no se diseño para esa cosa.
Una vez que superas el punto "lo tuyo, lo mío" (...) ocurre la mágia.
¿Eres de colaborar o de competir? probablemente digas que eres de colaborar, pero la vida no empieza así. La vida empieza compitiendo
La Colaboración tiene una receta.
Individually, in every moment that you can, be the source of somebody else’s happiness.
En el momento en que juntas los puntos, a la gente, surge la magia
Colaborar es acción y efecto de trabajar en común.
¿Por qué no liberamos el desarrollo de nuestro país por medio de algo de lo que todos somos partícipes?
Todos somos parte de una cadena.
La cadena de valores es una cadena formada por eslabones claves en un país.
Celebrate other people's successes. It's good for your heart, it's good for your soul and it promotes general goodness.
It's important to think about who, and the kinds of people—whether it's their art or their personality—what would complement each other so it's a harmonious environment.
Avoid competition and conflict between businesses. Nurture each other and take care of each other. Respect what others do and what their strengths are.
I know it doesn’t look nice when there is a fire extinguisher on the wall where you want to put a piece of art but actually these are the boundaries.
It’s so special to be part of something where you just get the best out of people.
We’re run by our audience and that’s probably why it’s successful.
Make it happen together!
The road to brilliance is paved with terrible ideas.
Without a well defined problem, it’s hard to know wether you’ve succeeded or failed.
Creating a context where loving your work is possible is a really important ingredient to collaboration.
Éstas se llaman cocino-terapias.
"Si no conocemos la historia, si no conocemos el origen de nuestros productos, no tenemos las herramientas para re-inventarnos."
"Colaborar quiere decir: Acción y efecto de trabajar en común."
Collaborations take us into areas we would never go on our own. They teach us a lot about ourselves and other people.
What is 'exposure?' It's something you die of in the wilderness.
I love collaboration. I love working with people that are smarter than me. I love with working and problem solving with passionate minds.
It can be really scary to make something and put it out there.
A Colaboração é como uma bola de neve: no momento em que a gente começa a colaborar, e começa a perceber que as coisas fluem melhor, é difícil a gente mesmo ou alguém de fora parar este processo.
Já estamos, sempre estivemos e sempre estaremos conectados.
When you do collaborate, show recognition and gratitude.
Be the person you want to work with.
Sometimes it matters more what you say "no" to than what you say "yes" to.
It's important to envision the end goal. You can't help others meet their goals unless you have yours clearly defined first.
Clearly, I'm not a shy person but, when it comes to networking, honestly I could like lay in bed and agonize over it. I don't want to do it. It feels really icky to me. But I think that's because maybe we should be thinking of it more as collaboration. Going into these experiences thinking "how can we work together?" "How can we make the whole better for both of us?" It just has a different connotation.
Mutual respect. No secrets. Don’t steal other people’s shit.
What would you learn from each other if you had a chance to work together? What would you share with everyone in this room if you knew you could trust them? What if you did it anyway?
A sketch is like a question mark: "What do you think?" It almost doesn't matter what they think; it matters that you asked.