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LARPing For Success: Improvisation As A Key Skill For The Future Of Work

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A new study led by Kristine de Valck, Associate Professor at HEC Paris, Pier Vittorio Mannuci, Assistant Professor at London Business School and Davide C. Orazi, Senior Lecturer at Monash Business School, focuses on ways to develop improvisation skills. A summary of this research published by Forbes demonstrates that, in fact, the development of improvisation skills is not linear and evolves through time. Moreover, these skills flourish through frequent social interactions.