For some, the free-spirited connotations of creativity may seem to contradict the structural implications of process. But in recent years, the rigidity of more traditional process methodologies like lean management and Six Sigma has given way to newer practices that are better suited to today's more fickle business climate. Similarly, the routines and habits of successful creative minds have never been less mysterious, thanks to the technological democratization of inspirations and tools. We operate in intersections, not on one-way streets. In this issue of MISC, we explore those intersections and the ways in which creative process humanizes success.