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How to raise money and how to put it to work for you – budgeting, financial drivers, resource allocation, fundraising

Beyond Financials

This week, we’re sharing reflections on the Summit at Sundance process and on the ideas leaders in…

Financial Sustainability of Recycling and Upcycling

The question of how an organization financially sustains a plastic baling twine recycling program in a rural community has been nagging me. Facilitating up-cycle exhibits featuring this material helps to raise awareness, but it doesn’t begin to address the problem.

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Research, Reports & Real People Talking About the Arts (Oh My!)

There’ve been many great responses to today’s posts and there are so many smart people…

Saying What We Mean

Last January, at NAS’ Chief Executive Program convening The New Nature of Relevance, I listened…

The New Nature of Money

Changes in the environment – economic, demographic and social – may challenge the health of…

How should cultural organizations approach budgeting?

Michael Granof, a professor of accounting at the University of Texas at Austin, talks about the importance of relating dollars to objectives.

How should cultural organizations evaluate costs?

Michael Granof, a professor of accounting at the University of Texas at Austin, suggests that when making program decisions the only costs that really matter are those that will change as a result of the decision.

What are some common pitfalls to avoid when contracting out?

Michael Granof, a professor of accounting at the University of Texas at Austin, talks about the behavior of costs and the importance of clearly defining the activity to be outsourced.

What is a Logic Model?

Peter Frumkin, a Professor of Social Policy and Faculty Director of the Center for Social Impact Strategy, both at the University of Pennsylvania, explains the concept of logic models and how cultural organizations might use them.

How should cultural institutions approach the challenge of sustainability?

Peter Frumkin, a Professor of Social Policy and Faculty Director of the Center for Social Impact Strategy, both at the University of Pennsylvania, suggests that arts and culture organizations must develop flexible financial models.

How does the need for flexibility impact programming decisions?

Peter Frumkin, a Professor of Social Policy and Faculty Director of the Center for Social Impact Strategy, both at the University of Pennsylvania, talks about classifying all the things you do in terms of the financial and social return.

How should arts and culture organizations look at measuring their effectiveness?

Peter Frumkin, a Professor of Social Policy and Faculty Director of the Center for Social Impact Strategy, both at the University of Pennsylvania, discusses the importance of measuring multiple dimensions of organizational performance.

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