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New arts complex operation opportunity - Attractions Management

New arts complex operation opportunity Attractions Management Southampton City Council is currently working on the development of a new contemporary arts complex, to be located within the city's Cultural Quarter, and offering outstanding creative...
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This in combination of the curatorial position at the San Fran airport makes one realize how thoroughly immersed the arts are in our everyday environments :-)

 

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8 Technologies That Will Shape Future Classrooms

8 Technologies That Will Shape Future Classrooms | Arts Management | Scoop.it

What does the future of learning hold? What will classrooms of the future be like? Emerging technologies such as cloud computing, augmented reality (AR) and 3D printing are paving the way for the future of education in ways we may have yet to see. At the very least though, we can extrapolate from what these promising technologies and predict how schools will adopt them in time to come.

 


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Interestingly the K-12 environment is far ahead of higher education (gen ed, etc). Things will have to change quickly in higher ed infrastructures to keep up with new ways of learning.

 

Where do the arts fit in? Augmented reality as a replacement for field trips speaks to a complete change in relationship with our arts education approaches.

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E-trucit's curator insight, April 23, 4:17 AM

Very interesting article full of links to others sources that help to span the vision of possible future and not only in teaching.

Yolanda Bernabeu's curator insight, April 25, 8:49 AM

Aplicación de nuevas tecnologías en las aulas de un futuro esperamos que reciente

Al Post's curator insight, April 27, 10:21 PM

Some of these technologies are just too cool! I love trying to "peek" at the future.

 

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A Guidebook for Social Media in the Classroom

A Guidebook for Social Media in the Classroom | Arts Management | Scoop.it

If you're going to ignore social media in the classroom, then [..] stop pretending that you're helping low-income children overcome the digital divide if you aren't going to teach them how to communicate online.
Social media is here. It's just another resource and doesn't have to be a distraction from learning objectives. Social media is another tool that you can use to make your classroom more engaging, relevant and culturally diverse.


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Teaching for the future -- this in combination with the PEW 2025 report makes one really start to see an interesting future (not too dissimilar from my current favorite show, CONTINUUM.)

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María Dolores Díaz Noguera's curator insight, March 12, 6:29 AM

A Guidebook for Social Media in the Classroom

Cédric's curator insight, March 12, 5:33 PM

Toujours dans la même ligne de notre précédent atelier des TICE en cours de FLE mais on peut apprécier certaines indications qui peuvent être bien utiles!

Maria Richards's curator insight, March 14, 8:55 AM

Bridging the divide...

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20 Practical Tips For A Great Business Plan

20 Practical Tips For A Great Business Plan | Arts Management | Scoop.it

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Useful for arts managers planning a new season or entering into a longer term strategic plan/business plan cycle. Be specific. Keep it simple. 

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Alwin Samayoa's curator insight, February 7, 10:06 AM

"Maximize your profit payoff and the speed of completion on every project you undertake to grow your business"

Alwin Samayoa's curator insight, February 7, 10:09 AM

"Maximize your profit payoff and the speed of completion on every project you undertake to grow your business"

Sigrid de Kaste's curator insight, February 8, 4:29 AM

Yes you need a plan...one you can work with, not one that sits in the bottom of your draw...take a look and digest these 20 tips

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Startup & Life Tips From Warren Buffet

Startup & Life Tips From Warren Buffet | Arts Management | Scoop.it

There are reasons other than sheer brillance Warren Buffet has way more money than most. He lives by a strict code and these tips share some of that code. Great #startup and life tips. 

My favorites are learning to spend only AFTER saving (hard lesson that one) and the tip about honesty being expensive so don't expect it from "cheap people". I suspect Warren means "cheap" in much more than the monetary sense.  


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Love the river analogy

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Sieg Holle's curator insight, January 25, 4:01 PM

Works for the free spendng government nanny groups as well- particularly on expectations

Jeremy Barton's curator insight, January 30, 8:57 AM

Simple and obvious. I guess that is why Warren Buffet has got what he has got.

With Causes Charities's curator insight, November 17, 3:19 PM

If you own jewelry and have no use for it, you can donate to charity and enjoy a fair market tax deduction. Jewelry donations range from broken gold necklaces and jewelry missing gemstones to very rare and hard to come by fine or estate jewelry. You will receive the absolute maximum tax deduction for your generous jewelry donation. http://www.collectibleswithcauses.org/

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The Phantom Seats of Philanthropy | HowlRound

The Phantom Seats of Philanthropy | HowlRound | Arts Management | Scoop.it
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considering the performing arts have only been classified as 'nonprofit' in the US since the late 1950s, it begs the question whether it was the right choice (versus an ecology of support from a collection of artists and audiences dedicated to particular stories).  As the US is a capitalistic democracy, perhaps a for-profit co-operative model is the better plan.  The best plan would be to have a cooperative model that is still non profit or at least can be recognized as serving a social good and available for receiving philanthropy when it arrives.  It frequently seems odd that nonprofit theatres spend up to 25% of their operating fund to raise money to cover an actual 15 - 35% of the budget. An interesting game that this system supports.

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6 Habits of True Strategic Thinkers

6 Habits of True Strategic Thinkers | Arts Management | Scoop.it

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Dr. Laura Sheneman's curator insight, December 20, 2013 11:04 AM

Think about your role as a librarian and aim to develop these habits.  It will keep us on the cutting edge of transformation.

ASPEL Editor's curator insight, January 14, 5:01 AM

Often times we are faced with the temptation to reach for a fast (and potentially wrongheaded) solution. However, a good strategic leader holds steady, synthesizing information from many sources before developing a viewpoint. If your leader lacks some level of peripheral vision, it can leave your company vulnerable to rivals who detect and act on ambiguous signals. We need strategic leaders who will foster open dialogue, build trust and engage key stakeholders, especially when views diverge. Find out how to become the strategic leader your company needs!

 

 

Molly McClure [molly@fremontconsulting.com]'s curator insight, April 4, 1:24 PM

We have several strategy consultants available in Canada and the US. Sales and strategic management dashboards. Sales accounts analysis; where to focus your sales efforts and glean revenue generating sales behaviors. Reach out to me at molly at fremontconsulting dot com

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Could it be that some art institutions deserve to fail? @TerryTeachout discusses

Could it be that some art institutions deserve to fail? @TerryTeachout discusses | Arts Management | Scoop.it
High-culture attendance numbers have been shrinking for more than a decade. Even the New York City Opera wasn't too big to fail. But here's a thought: Could it be that some of these institutions should disappear?

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MAM_Music's curator insight, November 15, 2013 9:46 PM

Part of this article raises the question of whether we have too many orchestras and opera companies, further emphasizing the Salzburg Seminar's study that we're in a golden age of cultural participation.  The article also points out that orchestras, theaters, and operas are competing with digital downloading, cable television, and closed-circuit simulcasts.  As we discussed in class, new technologies are becoming the alternate form of entertainment for our audiences.  But I don't think arts organizations should dismiss new technology so quickly, and some organizations are actually embracing new technology in a very creative way.  The Seattle Opera and San Francisco Ballet come to mind., and they are utilizing technology around their community and constituents.  I think this idea could also be transferred to their organizational structure.  The Oakland Museum of California, for instance, completely restructured their staffing, also centering on the needs of the community.

-Kimmy

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I Don’t Want to Talk about Innovation: A Talk about Innovation | HowlRound

I Don’t Want to Talk about Innovation: A Talk about Innovation | HowlRound | Arts Management | Scoop.it

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MAM Theater's curator insight, November 2, 2013 10:19 AM

Wei: "The article along with the following comments provides an interesting image of how different forces---arts administration, foundation and artists, impact each other. In my view, more than innovation, Todd actually raised a cruel but critical question to the arts industry: who actually has the most powerful saying about art? It is not uncommon now that theaters as well as other kinds of arts organizations set goals of programming partly based on the expectations of foundations. For example, if foundations expect to see education, the organizations may provide more educational shows/programs. It might be true that foundations have somewhat impact on the decision making of mission statement or benchmarks of programming for arts organizations. What I see from this relationship is that artists’ voice drowned in nonprofits’ reliance on unearned revenue. However, when thinking it from the perspective from arts administration, it makes sense that we do programming partly to attract donations so that we can invest more resources into cultural institutions or artists. Also, it is the philanthropic dollars that makes shows cheaper to be accessible to more people. To be honest, I have no idea how to deal with these relationships, but what I learned is that an arts manager should shift more attention on protecting artists’ innovation than catering to foundations’ interests. When most arts organizations have similar missions and programs, it kills art’s innovation in some way. An arts manager needs to be sensitive when setting artistic goals while balancing relationships with artists and foundations. More importantly, I saw a trend of rethinking the scope of foundations. In stead of saying, “you, as a theater should make innovation”, it would be better say “your theatre should allow innovation to happen”. To my knowledge, I believe that both founders and arts managers play a role of serving the community and artists rather than set rules for arts. Let arts happen freely, and cooperate to help art find its community. That’s one way, in my view, of protecting and inspiring innovation…"

MAMDance's curator insight, November 3, 2013 10:51 PM

(KF).  A really interesting article posted in the theater group.  Two specific quotations include:

 

"And now we are challenged to add innovation to the list of empty phrases to live by."

 

"Since when is it the job of funders to dictate what every nonprofit should do? What is the Foundation’s “core competency” that entitles them to tell museums, symphonies, dance and theater companies what is essential to fulfilling their separate, varied, and sometimes vital missions?"

 

Do organizations cater too much to what funders will fund?  And, is "innovation" an empty phrase?  The questions raised in the article are definitely applicable to the dance world, and it's interesting to see someone speak out against the buzzwords surrounding the arts world, which are now becoming rather generic.

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7 Infographics: Kickstarter Facts, Figures & Statistics

7 Infographics:  Kickstarter Facts, Figures & Statistics | Arts Management | Scoop.it

Crowdfunding is on the rise, and Kickstarter is leading the pack. Not only is the trend increasing but, it I’ve noticed that the word “kickstart” has replaced some of the actual terms used when referring to other areas of crowdfunding.

 

Kickstarter Stats:

over 5 million daily visitors3700 ongoing projects funded$18 Million of fundingMultiple projects cross the $1 million thresholdFilm and Video, Games, Music, and Technology are the largest Categories
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Nonprofits are also looking to crowdfunding -- but it has a dark underbelly as well.

 

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Iron Dane Richards's comment, September 23, 2013 8:16 AM
I really like Kickstarter and Indiegogo for crowd-funding and recommend it at our seminars for start ups and entrepreneurs with a dream! www.ironsolutionsgroup.com
Iron Dane Richards's comment, September 23, 2013 8:19 AM
In my latest book on business credit it discusses the value of crowd-funding and Indigogo as they will fund anything unlike Kickstarter that specializes in Media oriented endeavors.
Martin (Marty) Smith's comment, September 23, 2013 10:21 AM
Good insight from Iron Dane Richards. Easier to create a sure takeaway from Indigogo too since they will let campaigns increase the house take and walk away with something where Kickstarter is all or nothing. Either the campaign meets its goals or it gets nothing. 42% of the campaigns on Kickstarter meet their goals and most campaigns are funded at $10,000 or below.
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Questions for the Future of the Arts

Questions for the Future of the Arts | Arts Management | Scoop.it
Are we witnessing a major transition in the arts from regional organizations to fewer mega-organizations with the sophistication to mount large scale productions, to market them well and to raise large sums of money?
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It is possible that we witnessing the fact that large organizations have simply grown too big (did they do studies for demand before they became institutions that self-reproduce versus adapt to the art?

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New UMass archive details history of arts policy - Boston Herald

New UMass archive details history of arts policy - Boston Herald | Arts Management | Scoop.it
Boston Herald New UMass archive details history of arts policy Boston Herald But organizers of a national archive of arts management material at the University of Massachusetts Amherst say their new resource, formed with the assistance of the...
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Fantastic!

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University of London's plan to sell rare Shakespeare plays condemned

University of London's plan to sell rare Shakespeare plays condemned | Arts Management | Scoop.it
Library plans to auction Shakespeare's first four folios to raise £3-5m for research collection
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Objects continually move in and out from the private to public spheres.  Once something is in the public's control, should it remain so? couldn't the seller require that the buyer be in the public sphere?

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UCSC to end Shakespeare Santa Cruz after holiday production

UCSC to end Shakespeare Santa Cruz after holiday production | Arts Management | Scoop.it
SANTA CRUZ -- UC Santa Cruz announced Monday that, after a 32-year run, Shakespeare Santa Cruz will cease production after its November holiday production.
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What are the lessons learned?

 

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"Stick 'em Up, " Gates To Warren Buffet As He Shares Startup Tips via @HaikuDeck

"Stick 'em Up, " Gates To Warren Buffet As He Shares Startup Tips via @HaikuDeck | Arts Management | Scoop.it

Buffet's Startup Tips Are so important I created a @HaikuDeck for his tips and for implied startup tips such as:

* Multiple Money - don't depend on one income source.

* Spending - buying things you don't need means selling stuff you do...eventually.

* Savings - Save then spend not the other way around.

* Investment - Never put all eggs in one basket no matter how beautiful the egg.
* Honesty - Honesty and character and lack of it are expensive and amplifed by money so don't expect from "cheap people".  

http://www.haikudeck.com/p/94SRtkQRzX/warren-buffet-startup-tips  ;


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Martin (Marty) Smith's curator insight, March 12, 2:19 PM

Thought this was a good Scoop to reprise given Buffet's offer to pay $1B for a perfect NCAA Tourney Bracket. Talk about how to get millions in free PR (lol). As if Warren needs "free" anything :). Smart money always makes MORE money. 

Angela Heath's curator insight, March 13, 10:13 PM

Time tested results from the masters.

Tyler Richendollar's curator insight, March 18, 9:24 AM

Simple ways to think about what your business should do when first getting off the ground.  The ideas make sense when you read them out loud, but are often missed.

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6 Startup Tips From The Lean Startup By Eric Ries

6 Startup Tips From The Lean Startup By Eric Ries | Arts Management | Scoop.it

The Lean Startup
Every entrepreneur and wannabe entrepreneur should read Eric Ries' The Lean Startup. Here are 6 Tips from the book:

* Build an "Innovation Factory" Using Lean Startup techniques.

* Validated Learning most important "product" in any startup.
* Find what assumptions are BRILLIANT & which ones are CRAZY.
* Create a testing & experimentation culture & experiment based on vision, core values and feedback.

* You don't know what "quality" is yet, so go early, ugly and fast and refine from feedback.

* Get Out of the Building meaning get your ideas in front of real customers as soon as possible. 

Highly recommend The Lean Startup and not JUST for startups. Great book for intrepreneurs, people trying to innovate within Fortune 1,000 companies, too.  


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Excellent for all nimble businesses (or those who would like to be).

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Marshall Van Fleet's curator insight, February 15, 7:51 AM

I am recommend taking the advice from this book if you are planning strategy for a new entrepreneurial start-up or if you want to reinvent your current entrepreneurial venture... 

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"Stick 'em Up, " Gates To Warren Buffet As He Shares Startup Tips via @HaikuDeck

"Stick 'em Up, " Gates To Warren Buffet As He Shares Startup Tips via @HaikuDeck | Arts Management | Scoop.it

Buffet's Startup Tips Are so important I created a @HaikuDeck for his tips and for implied startup tips such as:

* Multiple Money - don't depend on one income source.

* Spending - buying things you don't need means selling stuff you do...eventually.

* Savings - Save then spend not the other way around.

* Investment - Never put all eggs in one basket no matter how beautiful the egg.
* Honesty - Honesty and character and lack of it are expensive and amplifed by money so don't expect from "cheap people".  

http://www.haikudeck.com/p/94SRtkQRzX/warren-buffet-startup-tips  ;


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Haikus are a great way to process meaning!

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Martin (Marty) Smith's curator insight, March 12, 2:19 PM

Thought this was a good Scoop to reprise given Buffet's offer to pay $1B for a perfect NCAA Tourney Bracket. Talk about how to get millions in free PR (lol). As if Warren needs "free" anything :). Smart money always makes MORE money. 

Angela Heath's curator insight, March 13, 10:13 PM

Time tested results from the masters.

Tyler Richendollar's curator insight, March 18, 9:24 AM

Simple ways to think about what your business should do when first getting off the ground.  The ideas make sense when you read them out loud, but are often missed.

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Google Study Identifies Keys to Good Management

Google Study Identifies Keys to Good Management | Arts Management | Scoop.it

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Aziz Louksah's curator insight, December 8, 2013 2:10 AM

key finidings on managemenmt fueled by data from Google. worth reading

Jeff Hoffman's curator insight, December 8, 2013 7:44 AM

A business is people and if you care about people you will yield extroadinary results.

Graeme Reid's curator insight, January 22, 5:54 PM

Very interesting list of factors which Google has identified in good managers.  It is essential to have the respect of the team, set clear goals, be focussed on the results and then support the team in reaching those goals.  Listening - not telling is the key skill.  It is not surprising to know that Google have a very strong coaching culture.

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A New Operatic Harmony in Berlin

A New Operatic Harmony in Berlin | Arts Management | Scoop.it
City's leading houses, longtime rivals, now find reasons to work together.

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MAM Presenting's curator insight, November 30, 2013 1:15 AM

This article is about how the three-house system in Berlin works out. It is interesting to see the proximity of the opera houses both in terms of artistic vision and location. It seems to them that, instead of getting hurt from the fierce competition, being across the street has put them in a better position to attract audiences.

 

This cooperating methodology can be inspiring for arts institutions that are facing with more and more competitors today. I really like Mr. Schwarz’s words in the end of the article: “We have to work together so that the whole world can say, this is where the most exciting opera is taking place”.

 

——Su

MAM_Music's comment, November 30, 2013 11:07 AM
As much as exciting it is to have 3 established opera houses in only one city, there are also downsides to it. In Germany, cultural institutions rely heavily on public subsidies that cover around 80% of their income. In 2012/2013 the Berlin Opera Foundation alone received 121.5 million euros of public subsidies from the Federal State of Berlin. Given that, the independent art scene of the German capital has been protesting a lot in recent years against maintaining all three houses. Their main argument is that a lot of public money is wasted on the administrative apparatus of these big institutions, whereas it could benefit the arts directly. - Bianca
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articles/The economics of Marfa

articles/The economics of Marfa | Arts Management | Scoop.it
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An example of what is NOT engagement. Perhaps an example of the dark side of community development via the arts. 

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‘Spider-Man’ Musical Co-Writer Spills the Beans | TIME.com

‘Spider-Man’ Musical Co-Writer Spills the Beans | TIME.com | Arts Management | Scoop.it
(NEW YORK) — This summer, out of the blue, playwright Glen Berger got a call from director Julie Taymor. He assumed he was being butt-dialed. "I thought, 'Oh, wow. She sat on her phone. How weird,'" he recalls.
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CSO players vote to leave musicians’ union

CSO players vote to leave musicians’ union | Arts Management | Scoop.it
In an unusual move likely to draw attention from orchestras across the country that are coping with financial or labor hardships, the musicians of the Charleston Symphony Orchestra voted to end their affiliation with the union that has represented...
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A rare but expected choice from some people.

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While symphonies across US struggle to survive, GJ’s symphony continues to thrive | PostIndependent.com

While symphonies across US struggle to survive, GJ’s symphony continues to thrive | PostIndependent.com | Arts Management | Scoop.it
It’s no secret that orchestras have struggled financially over the last several years. Start with a poor economy and mix in the American public’s changing taste in music and
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One group has successfully connected pops to traditional!

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Theater for a New Audience Opens New Quarters in Brooklyn

Theater for a New Audience Opens New Quarters in Brooklyn | Arts Management | Scoop.it
Theater for a New Audience, long without its own space, is opening its first permanent home on Tuesday in the orbit of the Brooklyn Academy of Music cultural district in Fort Greene.
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At least NYC understands that the arts are a fulcrum for society.

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10 Employee Engagement Ideas That Get Serious Results

10 Employee Engagement Ideas That Get Serious Results | Arts Management | Scoop.it

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Daniel Watson's curator insight, October 7, 2013 1:50 AM

 

Business owners generally recognise that truly engaged employees, are a critical component, in the make up of those businesses that become ongoing success stories.

 

The creation of a workplace where the employees are fully engaged, is a challenge that many business owners find hard to overcome, yet the methods of achieving this outcome are not all that mysterious.

 

This excellent article, lists 10 ideas that together constitute a blueprint for improving employee engagement levels, and then it provides an explanation of each of these ideas.

Jerry Linnins's curator insight, October 7, 2013 10:33 AM

If we are engaged, where is my ring?!!!  

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MIT: 10 Breakthrough Technologies 2013 you should know about

MIT: 10 Breakthrough Technologies 2013 you should know about | Arts Management | Scoop.it

MIT's definition of a breakthrough is simple: an advance that gives people powerful new ways to use technology. It could be an intuitive design that provides a useful interface (e.g., “Smart Watches”) or experimental devices that could allow people who have suffered brain damage to once again form memories (“Memory Implants”). Some could be key to sustainable economic growth (“Additive Manufacturing” and “Supergrids”), while others could change how we communicate (“Temporary Social Media”) or think about the unborn (“Prenatal DNA Sequencing”). Some are brilliant feats of engineering (“Baxter”), whereas others stem from attempts to rethink longstanding problems in their fields (“Deep Learning” and “Ultra-Efficient Solar Power”). As a whole, this annual list not only tells you which technologies you need to know about, but also celebrates the creativity that produced them.

 


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Jean HAGUET's curator insight, August 30, 2013 9:56 AM

Very eclectic and enlightening!

Sieg Holle's curator insight, August 30, 2013 11:28 AM

technology - the great equalizer 

wallemac's comment, August 30, 2013 5:08 PM
great to see two solar verticles included in the top 10 - PV Solar and Supergrids