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Improvising Innovation: A Case Study in the University of Guelph Library

Robin Bergart

Published: 2010-05-22

The article outlines a 12-week experiment in which improvisation is used as a template for organizational learning amongst University of Guelph Library staff, in an effort to improve the quality of library services.The article outlines a 12-week experiment in which improvisation is used as a template for organizational learning amongst University of Guelph Library staff, in an effort to improve the quality of library services.

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Musical improvisation is a crucial model for political, cultural, and ethical dialogue and action.

– Ajay Heble