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A peek into Zappos

Wait. There’s more on Zappos. We told you it was a favorite. In January, Tim Cynova,…

Zappos: Testing for Core Values

We can’t have a conversation about values without mentioning Zappos. They’re one of our favorite examples.…

What is Creative Placemaking?

This whole conversation began as a means to talk about creative placemaking. What is it?…

To Be (a charity) or Not To Be, That is the $40 Billion Question

Editor’s Note: With “Comments We Can’t Ignore,” we addressed the need to more effectively demonstrate the…

Becoming Indispensable

Editor’s note:  As part of our online discussion around The Summit at Sundance, we have invited…

A Framework for Meaningful Engagement

Editor’s note: As part of our blog event for The Summit at Sundance, we have…

Raising the Tide of Value

This post was originally part of a weeklong exploration of four major issues facing the…

The Competing Values Framework

Welcome to the world of the Competing Values Framework – a tool that allows organizations…

What role should the arts play in civil society?

Editor’s Note: This is one of a series of blog posts from Fellows and panelists…

Stop Blaming Your Culture

The authors argue one is most likely to succeed using an organization’s existing culture to help change behaviors in the shorter-term. These behaviors can in turn change the culture in the longer run.

The Lowdown on Arts Downloading

Is your organization making its performances available outside your ‘regular’ venues? Do you think this will bring new audiences into your venue…or just let them see your work from afar?

Monitor: The net generation, unplugged

An interesting article challenging the oft-received wisdom that millenials/gen y need to learn in a fundamentally different manner than their predecessors: “…there may be ‘as much variation within the digital native generation as between the generations.’ ”