Debra Zimmerman, Executive Director of Women Make Movies, talks about staying focused on the mission (even when if it means saying “no” to money), giving your constituents a voice, motivating staff and capitalization.
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Eric Shiner, Director of the Andy Warhol Museum, talks about the importance of a realistic, pragmatic approach to change.
Shirley Sneve, Executive Director of Native American Public Telecommunications, talks about the importance of big goals.
Jessica Robinson Love, Executive & Artistic Director of CounterPULSE, discusses how viewing programs as tools allows her organization to focus on outcomes.
Jana La Sorte, Executive Director of Urban Bush Women, discusses the importance of being upfront an open about what the change will mean for the organization.
Aaron Dworkin, Founder and President of Sphinx Organization, discusses the importance of thinking about oneself as a social entrepreneur rather than an arts administrator.
Suzi Sosa is the Executive Director of the Dell Social Innovation Challenge at UT Austin and a member of The Chief Executive Program New Nature of Money faculty. In this clip she talks about peeling away all the layers to get to the essence of your organization’s mission.
Laura Zabel, Executive Director of Springboard for the Arts, suggests that an organization is simply a tool in service of the mission.
Steve Martin, Managing Director of Childsplay, talks about the importance of defining organizational values and letting them dictate your actions.
What does the convergence of consumer interests, markets and industries mean for cultural organizations?
Eduardo Vilaro, Artistic Director of Ballet Hispanico, talks about the importance of remaining true to your mission.
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