Because Compromise is the enemy of Collaboration.
The collaborative arts require not just the participation of many people, but their belief, their commitment, and their own artistic contributions. They cannot survive the tyranny of any one person’s vision.
We believe instead that the goal should be consensus: finding an answer that does more than settle a dispute– it inspires and energizes both sides.
It’s like trying to jump a motorcycle over a gorge; everyone’s creative energy must be focused in one direction or you’ll never make it across. That’s Collaboration. Compromise? That’s what happens when you meet halfway.