Oregon Public Broadcasting has chosen to compete in a different way. This shift has changed the way they make decisions, allocate resources, invest in staff and even in the physical space they inhabit.
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Mary Lou Aleskie, Executive Director of the International Festival of Arts & Ideas, talks about the importance of balancing data and passion.
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 suggests that organizations can get information from their customers to inform programming without giving away the ability to make their own programming choices.
Mike Yankovich, President and CEO of the Children’s Museum of Denver, shares his insights about how a leader can motivate and build consensus when leading change.
Edward Nichols, President and CEO of History Colorado, discusses the need for a clear vision and staff involvement to create change in his organization.
Barbara Ceiga, Vice President of Public Operations at the Academy of Natural Sciences in Philadelphia, discusses the need to get the staff aligned with directional change to successfully effect change.
Greg Carpenter, General Director of Opera Colorado, discusses the value of anchoring change to a strong, articulated vision.
Tom Scharf, Executive Director of the Swallow Hill Music Association in Denver, shares his three critical steps to leading change in an organization.
Kathy Keele, CEO of the Australia Council for the Arts, discusses the need for vision, patience, and staff alignment and engagement to successfully lead change in an organization.
Sally Sterling, an executive search consultant within Spencer Stuart, discusses what makes a successful arts executive.
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