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I like how collaborative and cult-like filmmaking is. It’s really family-oriented, tribe-oriented.
Theater is such a collaborative art. Hollywood is a competitive sport.
‘The Simpsons‘ is an especially collaborative show.
When movies work or a TV series, when they really work, it’s because of the collaborative effort. Competition is the death knell for anything, in my opinion. Especially in Hollywood. When actors are competing against each other, or when directors are competing against actors, it’s usually the beginning of the end.
Evolutionary psychology tells us that men, especially powerful men, feel invincible and entitled to spread their seed, and that women can’t resist the scent of masculine power. Women, by contrast, are said to be more altruistic and collaborative, seeking power so that they can share it with others.
Engineers have shown to embody a tremendous amount of leadership skills through the collaborative educational environment.
Everything I do is collaborative. It’s just my way. I’m really very interested in how the other musicians perceive the song.
I think good actors – good, collaborative actors who see themselves as leaders in a given production – can and should offer ideas that have nothing to do with wanting to direct themselves.
If I can say so without sounding presumptuous, I want to model women being collaborative instead of competitive.
Founders Den provides the kind of collaborative and creative atmosphere to foster new ideas not only for emerging new businesses, but government as well.
Working on a play is a vibrant and collaborative business. Everyone from the choreographer to the music director to the director to the writers work together toward the same goal, and everyone chimes in on everything.
Architecture is by definition a very collaborative process.
I think women bring a different perspective and that we tend to be more collaborative in our approach. I served in the Iowa Senate back in the ’90s, when there weren’t a lot of us. At the time, I think there were five or six women, and two or three of them were Republicans and two or three were Democrats.
I think that women are much more collaborative; men are much more competitive.
I think writing in a group, even though it can be a challenge – you have to be on your toes all the time – is the way the best comedy gets written. It’s very, very collaborative. A lot of comedy writers are definitely introverted nerds.
Democracy tends to be a collaborative process, a committee, a consensus. Silicon Valley tends to believe in the individual who creates a small group and does something big.
In effect, I feel like a blind, deaf, and illiterate person working through the sensibilities and multiple, real talents of other people. Everything I do is collaborative.
Everywhere, people are beginning to question masculine notions of control, aggression and black-and-white thinking – and instead are favoring more empathetic, nurturing and collaborative approaches.
We kind of established in Sons of Apollo right from the get go that it would be a very collaborative process musically, but after that, I was going to take the reins and control everything else beyond that the way I did with Dream Theater.
Necessarily, I’m always involved in casting, as any playwright is, because the whole process of putting on a play is a collaborative, organic effort on the part of a bunch of people trying to think alike.
I come from the theater, and there is a real collaborative history there.
Ensuring that we help prepare all kids for life, college, and work in our knowledge-based economy will require a collaborative, sustained effort from all stakeholders – from the president and the secretary of education on down to states, school districts, principals, teachers, parents, and community members.
I believe everything creative is somewhat collaborative.
I just kind of talk about what’s happening in my life and it’s kind of like a therapy session. Usually something good comes out of that. Or sometimes other writers will come to me with ideas and then I’ll put my own spin on it. It’s usually really collaborative and open and it’s very therapeutic for me as well.
What I find is with all due deference to – deference to our male colleagues, that women’s styles tend to be more collaborative.
At the National Institute for Medical Research, I came into contact with biological scientists and formed collaborative projects with several of them. In particular, George Popjak and I shared an interest in cholesterol.
Fashion has a long interest in collaborative situations.
I’ve actually thought very little about solo work up until just very recently. Most of it is because in my band, Incubus, it is very much a collaborative effort. I do what I do in the band, and everyone plays their respective parts, but in the end, we are sort of a democratic process.
Compared to film or television, theater is more interactive, collaborative.
I always argued against the auteur theory; films are a collaborative art form. I’ve had some fantastically good people help me make the movies.
No one person is the author of a Bourne film. The truth is it’s a coalition of people who share the same vision for Bourne and his world, and we… its remarkably collaborative and collective.
There is something about me that is collaborative, that wants to get the best performance out of somebody else or to hear something that somebody else has done that’s good and to try and make it great.
I like being in a collaborative and respectful environment. When you’re in an environment spearheaded by ego and fear, it’s the death of creativity.
I’m a big believer in building a crew. Movies are the most collaborative art form at the tend of the world, and it takes hundreds of people to make one. At the end of the day, I get the lion‘s share of praise or blame but everybody on the ground knows that it was all of us.
I think directing in a team is a really good idea because it stops the cult of the director as God straight away, and also you’re discussing things on set so it opens it out to everyone and it becomes a totally collaborative thing. And you have someone who supports you when you’re feeling a bit insecure.
Collaborative decision-making is very poor in crises.
Men and women are equally intelligent, but separate factors, such as the abilities to focus, be collaborative and take other people’s views into account, allow you to be successful.
With acting, there’s a certain amount of independence you have within the framework of the storytelling. When it’s done well, it’s a collaborative medium.
Obviously, any living musician born after 1960 has been touched by rock and roll. It’s the music of our time, and it’s ‘in the air,’ as Steve Reich would say. My experience of it is just really direct because I’m actually playing in a collaborative band.
One of the things about working on stage – actually, about working in show business, that is – is that it’s such a collaborative effort. I suppose that everything in life is – every endeavor where people are able to be successful.
Beyond helping people have a richer social life, Uber’s also a model of collaborative commerce and efficiently tackling excess capacity.
Television is much more collaborative in many ways than prose.
Screenwriting is a much more collaborative effort. When you write a novel, it’s just you, with input from your editor.
Through Common Goal, we’re creating a collaborative way for football to give back to society.
A lot of directors want to storyboard you, whereas the best way to get a performance out of an actor is a collaborative process where you listen to the actor’s input.
It’s highly collaborative, musical theater, so everybody has got to somehow get along.
Filmmaking is such a collaborative medium.
I don’t want people at my shows to come out and say, ‘I just saw a cool show.’ I want them to say, ‘I had fun at the show.’ I want it to be a collaborative thing and be part of the audience and have them be part of me. I try to interact with everyone there and have them be equal to me because they are.
We stayed there 24 hours a day. We lived and ate and slept that movie. We were enthusiastic, not just because of the movie, but because we had such a great collaborative team. We had a really good time. It was very much a family.
Most teams are naturally flat; they have fewer members than a large enterprise, which allows for intimacy and trust to form. This makes collaborative problem solving in individual teams more straightforward.
You know, making a movie is a collaborative effort and sometimes all the ingredients don’t work out. I know that every now and again I am going to make a movie that won’t work.
Collaborative governance needs to be more than calling on the advice and competence of others to make up for our episcopal shortcomings. Rather, governance involves seeking how God is revealing his work through others in the community.
Well, first of all, making films is a collaborative process. You need people. You need people you trust and love and who are your friends. People you can work with.
I think women are particularly open-minded, partly because we’re cultivated to be and also because we’re collaborative.
Although filmmaking is collaborative and involves trust, ultimately it is the director who holds the whole picture together in their head.
I love discussing the ins and outs of the collaborative nature of writing.
TV journalism is a much more collaborative, horizontal business than print reporting. It has to be, because of the logistics. Anchors are wholly dependent on producers to do all the hustling.
I’m very humble in terms of knowing that television is an extraordinary collaborative medium and that one person alone cannot make a great TV show.
I’m a huge cinemaphile. My interest in filmmaking came out of experimenting with different genres, and I wanted to go back to working in a way that was more personal, which, for me, was artwork. Commercials and films are more collaborative.
I love working with Prada, I would do it all the time if I could. Working with them is like working on a film: it is very collaborative.
A commission and an original are two different things, and both have their virtues and vices. A commission is a bit more collaborative, in that you outline the story that you think should be told, and then you write it. And then, there are notes and you change it, in the conventional studio system.