Laura Zabel, executive director of Springboard for the Arts, suggests that framing partnerships as opportunities can be a powerful force in an organization.
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Nina Simon, Executive Director of the Santa Cruz Museum of Art & History, details how the organization’s financial crisis enabled them to take risks and explore a new model that would help them garner support and build relationships to turn around their finances and establish the museum as a community organization.
NAS has partnered with the Salzburg Global Seminar, a non-profit organization known for its global convening power, to launch a new annual series which will provide a unique learning opportunity for “next generation” cultural leaders from Afghanistan to Zimbabwe. The Salzburg Global Forum for Young Cultural Leaders will help young cultural practitioners improve their leadership [...]
Thomas Kinnear, Ph.D. is the Eugene Applebaum Professor of Entrepreneurial Studies and professor of marketing at the Stephen M. Ross School of Business, University of Michigan. He is also a member of The New Nature of Competition faculty. In this clip he discusses the impact of convergence on the cultural customer.
What does service design mean to your organization? Does the responsibility of serving your customers rest solely in your marketing and audience services departments? It’s not uncommon to read articles and blog posts highlighting the importance of delivering exceptional customer service, nor is it rare to read about an increasing interest in producing participatory work [...]
The Chief Executive Program is well underway with the first convening, The New Nature of Competition, taking place this fall at the University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business. As leaders return home from three and a half packed days of presentations and activities, many are inspired to continue their discussions and begin developing ideas [...]
How does your approach to the experience you create for your audience fuel or foil your mission, your artistic objectives, and your financial opportunities? How do you integrate service and experience design into the core strategic vision of your organization? National Arts Strategies has partnered with Spain’s IESE Business School to develop Arts and Cultural [...]
Linda Ames Key, Education Director of the Vital Theatre Company, discusses a better model for “art in schools” partnerships.
Beth Boone, Artistic & Executive Director of Miami Light Project, talks about their process of reinvention.
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