Managing your team and your board – strategic human resources, teams, governance
Paula Caproni, professor of management at the Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan, talks about the importance of communicating why you do what you do… not just the what and the how.
This week on Field Notes, we’re talking about career paths. We’ve broken this conversation down…
What makes a successful arts leader? This is perhaps the most important question as you…
Koehn notes elements of the address that make it a great example of effective change…
Research on decision making in consumer behavior, perhaps with broader implications for nonprofits.
I have a tall stack of books at home, all of which I am in…
An interesting article on the science of management
In this keynote address delivered at the Bolz Center Collegium, NAS President and CEO, Russell Willis Taylor explores the unique leadership demands of cultural enterprise.
With the ever-increasing temptation to focus on what’s new, it’s important to remember that most of our challenges (and their solutions) are not so new.
Sally Sterling, an executive search consultant within Spencer Stuart, discusses what makes a successful arts executive.
I recently heard Simon speak at a Dance NYC conference, and his book is as good a review of the importance of mission (although that’s not what it is about) as any I have ever read. You can watch him on TEDx and get a taste of his thinking.
Former NAS President and CEO Russell Willis Taylor interviewed Peter Gelb for the Fall 2007…
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