16 Nov Episode 87: What are the Work Lessons from Successful Creative Partnerships?
We know that partnerships and teams matter to all organizations but movies are a little different. When you get a team together to make a movie, you are bringing together a lot of creative people and as well a lot of people with competing priorities. To discuss what makes a good creative partnership, Linda Nazareth is joined on this episode by Angelo Tomaselli, assistant professor of entrepreneurship at the University of Amsterdam Business School. He has done an in-depth study of movies made by Italian directors and what makes good creative partnerships between the people who worked on them – and how those conclusions can be extended to other partnerships at work.
Angelo Tomaselli is an assistant professor in entrepreneurship and innovation at the University of Amsterdam Business School. His research focuses on entrepreneurship, project-based ventures, financial intermediaries, reputational signals and creative industries. He has presented at conferences such as Druid, EGOS, Oxford Reputation Symposium and the AOM Annual Meeting. He has published in the Journal of Economic Surveys, Organization Studies, Harvard Business Review.