Lessons from the Maestros

Can you create a great performance in three days? Orchestra conductors do so time and time again. When orchestras, conductors and soloists get together, they typically have just three or four days to prepare and deliver a great performance. A conductor who has never worked with the orchestra before is expected to take charge of up to one hundred musicians, communicate their musical strategy and interpretation, rehearse for a couple of days and then perform flawlessly in front of a very demanding audience.

How do they do that? Why is it so difficult to replicate that for high performance teams in other environments, especially in business?

Get insights into the high performance world of classical music and learn from it for your business and your teams.

Speaker: Bernhard Kerres
Articles: Lessons from the Maestros