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Winter is Coming: What the Culture Sector Needs to Worry About Now

I. Predicting the Unpredictable The former NEA Chair Rocco Landesman says he doesn’t see anything…

Finding Your Career Strategy

This post was originally part of a weeklong exploration of career paths on our ArtsJournal…

Cleaning Out Our Closets

Recently I was cleaning my closet and came across several  items that no longer fit…

A Single Customer Promise?

There is a question we get all the time in our Strategic Marketing seminar: should…

Innovation strategy: The Innovator’s Manifesto

A review of Michael Raynor’s book The Innovator’s Manifesto

Give Smart: Philanthropy that Gets Results

The two sides of strategy: collaboration and competition, covered in the book “Give Smart: Philanthropy that Gets Results”

What’s a Children’s Chorus Leader to Do?

A case study on board leadership and organizational growth, featuring a response by NAS CEO Gail Crider.

The Case for Behavioral Strategy

A really interesting interactive feature from McKinsey Quarterly on the cognitive biases that most impact decision-making in organizations

The Outside-In Approach to Customer Service — HBS Working Knowledge

An interesting Q&A in which Harvard Business School Professor Ranjay Gulati describes how companies can evolve through four levels to become more customer-centric.

How does a leader effect change in her organization?

Cheryl Sobas, Head of Exhibitions at Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, discusses how education helps staff have a more strategic approach to their work, including increased decision-making, collaboration, and awareness of impact.

Anatomy of a Leader

Former NAS President and CEO Russell Willis Taylor interviewed Peter Gelb for the Fall 2007…