Tue 22 Aug 7:15pm - 8:15pm
When Being Tidy can be Stifling
Being messy and creative might seem like natural bedfellows, but in an increasingly labelled, compartmentalised and logical world, a bit of untidiness is almost frowned upon. In Messy, prize-winning economics journalist Tim Harford dismisses the bureaucrats and their fussy ways and insists that being so rigid and sterile is counter-productive and uncreative, whether it’s at home or in the workplace. Chaired by Phil Harding.