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The art of governance : boards in the performing arts

Nancy Roche; Jaan Walther Whitehead


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  • Title:
    The art of governance : boards in the performing arts
  • Author: Nancy Roche; Jaan Walther Whitehead
  • Description: The framework of governance. The art of theater / Todd London -- Going national : a nutshell history of the regional theater movement / Jim O'Quinn -- Whither (or wither) art? / Zelda Fichandler -- National arts policy : what trustees need to know / Gigi Bradford -- The role of advocacy in trustee governance / Roche Schulfer -- The changing legal environment for the arts / Joan Channick -- The artists speak : roundtable of James Bundy, Kathleen Chalfant, Jim Houghton, Doug Hughes, Peter Francis James, Christine Jones and Paula Vogel -- The spirit of governance : six interviews with Peter Culman, Gwen Cochran Hadden, Liz Lerman, Diane Morrison, Tonen Sara O'Connor and Judy Rubin -- The practice of governance. Board development / Nancy Roche -- The new work of the nonprofit board / Barbara E. Taylor, Richard P. Chait, and Thomas P. Holland -- A guide to strategic planning : taking aim before you fire / Ronnie Brooks -- Understanding financial statements / Pat Egan and Nancy Sasser -- The annual fund / Dawn Rains -- Capital and endowment campaigns / Christine O'Connor -- Leadership succession in not-for-profit organizations / Prudence R. Beidler -- Additional perspectives: small theaters, artist trustees and alternative models / Jaan Whitehead.
  • Local Note: acq2006the
  • Publication Date: 2005
  • Publisher: New York : Theatre Communications Group
  • Format: xxiv, 320 p. : ill ; 23 cm.
  • Identifier: ISBN 1559362596 (alk. paper)
  • Subjects: Performing arts -- Management; Boards of directors
  • Language: English
  • Source: 01DAL UDM ALMA

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