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Reimagining Our Sector: Possible Futures for Your Resource (aka “Business”) Model
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This session, presented by Thaddeus Squire and Asta Petkeviciute of Social Impact Commons, focuses on how the rapidly changing landscape, owing to the COVID-19 pandemic, is inspiring new thinking in how we gather the resources to do our work. While money is certainly a focus, we will be thinking about resources (or “business model”) more expansively, examining how our approach to organizing personnel, technology, and even audiences themselves may be shifting and what this means for your work moving forward. This session is for both artistic and management team members of theatres. Ideally you should have done some scenario thinking about how the COVID-19 crisis is and will be affecting your work and what you might do to pivot. There is a short (30 min) preparatory exercise to gather some thinking about future scenarios that we ask participants to complete beforehand.

Best for: Management and Artistic Leaders

How to Prepare: Risk Assessment/Scenario Planning Homework | Estimated Prep Time: 30 min.
In preparation for this session, please take some time (no more than 30 min.!) to review and complete the accompanying Scenario Planning Reflection worksheet. These scenario reflections will be used as contextual information to think about possible resource model directions for each participant. Participants may choose to share these note sheets with their breakout group, and we may ask volunteers to offer some examples from their scenario planning considerations. While we are not running breakouts by organization, individual organizational thinking about scenarios will add to the resource model thinking in each breakout.

May 27, 2020 04:30 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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