A few years ago, we arranged for the British creative urbanist Charles Landry – author of The Creative City — to speak to Leadership Memphis.  Always provocative, always insightful, he offers his perspectives on the what makes cities great for the Harvard Business School publication.

This maverick thinker has studied the complex blend of elements that most effectively draw talented people to specific cities and regions, and that cultivate the conditions for both creative achievement and economic prosperity. They are distinction, variety, and flow.

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