The Sunday New York Times - "Can Executives Learn to ignore the Script?"
The Taipei Times - (reprint of NY Times article)
The Wall Street Journal's Livemint - "Improv Wisdom"
The Oregonian - 'Improvement Starts with Improv"
The Wall Street Journal - "Improvisational comedy groups work to build corporate teams."
CNN's Business Unusual (for Broadband Internet)* - See OYF in streaming video.
The Business Journal - Stepping out of the box.
Oregon Public Radio
Oregon Public Radio's Live Wire interview with OYF's Gary Hirsch and Brad Robertson.
Download - high quality .mp3, 10 mb.
Stream - medium quality .wma, 5 mb.
The Portland Tribune - If you can't beat 'em, improv.
Human Resource Executive Magazine - The Power of Play.
Singapore Learning Festival 2003 - Learning On Your Feet
OD Practitioner - Improv Culture: Using Practices from Improv Theater to Help Organizations Evolve Successfully Over Time.
QRCA Views - Do Something New: Getting Respondents on Their Feet.
The best part about On Your Feet was those giant POST-IT™ Notes. Where can I get some of those? -VP of International and Prestige Brands at ADSW USA
Great concept. Great results. And something even more rare - follow up! If there were a Nobel prize for creative business ideas, OYF should get it. -Head of Planning DDB Advertising
Are you a shoe company? We understand you will be supplying us with a large order of sneakers. Do you take credit cards?
-A confused potential client
Having our whole team go through the same training has been very helpful back at work. We now have a common language that has enhanced our communication with each other. Anything that can get my whole team on the same page is of great benefit to me! -Vice President Marketing, Southwest Airlines
Do you do couples counseling? - Participant in a London workshop
What you guys have enabled me to do is find new ways. New paths. New approaches. And when you discover a new way of doing things...you are guaranteed to find new inspiration.
-Head of Planning, Saatchi & Saatchi, Hong Kong
Can one of you please get me a Diet Coke? -Newt Gingrich, who thought we were waiters.