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The Reading List Has Moved!

Last fall, we launched Field Notes as a medium to share ideas and lessons from our…

In Defense of Logic Models

There has been a great deal of conversation, debate (and informational video) around logic models…

Putting the community in control of programming

A startup company, Tugg, has an interesting take on allowing the community to “pull-through” programming…

Is Opera a Sustainable Art Form?

In a recent post on her blog, Jumper, Diane Ragsdale shares an excerpt from her…

Innovation strategy: The Innovator’s Manifesto

Innovation is the hot topic in many arenas: politics, economics, business and not the least,…

Creativity! Innovation! Right Brain! I’m sorry, am I making you uncomfortable? Or, why we desire but reject creative ideas.

The gents at Freakonomics point to a fascinating study – and paradox: The irony is…

St. Stevens Day, or, How Steve Jobs Solved the Innovator’s Dilemma

At the risk of piling on the beatification bandwagon, an interesting post from the good…

Bon Jovi and the Pay-What-You-Can Experiment

We recently announced a new pricing model for Business of Arts and Culture seminars in…

Of mental models and doorknobs

In a rapidly changing environment, examining and recognizing our mental models is essential if we are to shape organizations that have the resilience to adapt to change.

Public Service, Advocacy and Institutional Transformation

A provocative post by Nina Simon on Musuem 2.0 discussing the role of museums (or…

A Counter-Intuitive Approach to Making Complex Decisions

Giving our minds time to process information when not consciously focused on the decision facing…

Take Back Your Attention

In this post, Tony Schwartz gives some helpful hints for maintaining focus. I like the…

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