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Application now available for Managing People

Posted November 12, 2012

National Arts Strategies will present Managing People, a Business of Arts and Culture seminar, March 21-22, 2013 in Chicago. Managing People is designed to give teams an in-depth understanding of how organizational culture can drive mission achievement by making the most of an important and valuable resource: people.

During this two-day seminar, led by Cornell University professor Diane Burton and Stanford Graduate School of Business professor Jesper B. Sørensen, teams will discuss case studies that illuminate key aspects of organizational culture and how it can influence a business – for better or for worse. They will explore frameworks to help them think creatively about building teams and fostering an organizational culture that will support mission and strategy, and apply these frameworks in examination of their own organizations and practices during team exercises.

Apply now to bring your team to Chicago next March. You can name your own tuition to attend this seminar, and NAS will offer travel support for teams attending from outside the Chicago area.  Applications will be accepted through Friday, February 1. Learn more about Managing People or apply now »

 


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