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Scott Belsky: Creativity x Organization = Impact


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As creatives, we often tend to dismiss organization as a necessity—or even to relish our own disorder. Yet Behance’s research on particularly productive creatives indicates that organization is a key ingredient in making ideas happen. Founder Scott Belsky outlines how organization can magnify your creative impact. Drawing on hundreds of interviews and years of research, Scott Belsky shares the methods of exceptionally productive designers, entrepreneurs, and creative leaders in his national bestseller Making Ideas Happen

Scott Belsky, Chief Product Officer & EVP, Adobe Creative Cloud

Scott Belsky believes that the greatest breakthroughs across all industries are a result of creative people and teams that are especially productive. As such, he has committed his professional life to help organize creative individuals, teams, and networks. Belsky co-founded Behance in 2006, and served as CEO until 2012.

Belsky has become an advocate for technology and community initiatives that empower the careers of creative professionals and help businesses leverage the creative potential of their people. He has worked with leading media and Fortune 500 companies, including GE and Facebook, and has traveled around the world to share his findings. In 2010, Scott was included in Fast Company’s “100 Most Creative People in Business” list.

Comments (2)
  • Sheltz A Joseph

    great tip man , i’ve been hearing about it all my life but never could really figure it out but your for,ula example was a real eye opener

  • fred williams

    being organized in your life will play a big role if you want to run a big or small company just how well you can run it.

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