To get a non-arts perspective on adaptive leadership, we spoke with Christopher Williams of The Leadership Program about social emotional learning.
In March, we’ll be focusing on the topic of leadership to explore what “adaptive leadership” looks like in practice.
Over the next eight months, we’re devoting the ArtsFwd blog to our 2014 Research Question: How do organizations stay continuously adaptive?
The Activating Innovation & ArtsFwd Two Year Report is a look back at what we’ve done, who has participated, and what we’ve learned.
In this podcast, Karina Mangu-Ward, Michael Boberg, and Ellen Muse-Lindeman explore the sociological and civic impact of “cultural clusters” in cities, towns and neighborhoods.
We kicked off the series with our first live video chat on Tuesday, June 12 with a conversation with our spring Blogging Fellows.
Try this group thinking exercise to examine differing points of view on an issue through trying on “different thinking caps” together.
This week, the Americans for the Arts ARTSblog explores the question, “What would make where you live a better place or bring it to the next level?”
Try this activity to use visual cues in order to see your organization’s challenges in a new way.
Try this big thinking exercise to help you question long-held assumptions and identify a persistent adaptive challenge at your organization.
Try this activity to identify the aspects of your organizational culture that may enable or impede your innovation process.
Try this team-building activity to learn about team roles, communication, and effectiveness.
James Carter, Anna Prushinskaya, and Erinn Roos-Brown join ArtsFwd as our newest cohort of Blogging Fellows.
At our monthly Munch Club, the EmcArts staff gathers together at lunchtime to test out the tools used in our programs.
A five-day intensive retreat allows for museum staff, board members, community members, and experts to accelerate innovation projects by getting away from daily stresses.