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a| Kaiser, Michael M.
a| Leading roles h| [electronic resource] : b| 50 questions every arts board should ask / c| Michael M. Kaiser.
a| 50 questions every arts board should ask
a| Fifty questions every arts board should ask
a| 1st ed.
a| Waltham, Mass. : b| Brandeis University Press ; a| Hanover [Mass.] : b| University Press of New England, c| 2010.
a| 1 online resource (159 p.)
a| text b| txt
a| computer b| c
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a| Description based upon print version of record.
a| Cover; Title Page; Contents; Apology; Acknowledgments; Introduction; Life Cycle; 1 How does a successful arts organization function?; 2 How does an arts organization evolve?; 3 Has our board matured with our organization?; Board and Mission; 4 Why do we need a mission statement?What constitutes a good mission statement?; 5 How should we develop a mission statement?; 6 Do our board meetings reflect our mission?; Board Governance; 7 What are the major responsibilities of the board?; 8 How many people should serve on our board?
a| 18 Should the artistic director and executive director serve on the board?Board and Fundraising; 19 Are we relying too heavily on contributed revenue?; 20 How do we attract corporate contributions?Foundation contributions?Individual contributions?; 21 How do we maximize the results of our annual gala?; 22 How do we evaluate a fundraising plan?; 23 Are board members responsible for fundraising? How do we get board members to raise money?; 24 Are we embarrassed about our organization?; 25 Are we ready to mount a capital campaign? How do we pursue this campaign?; Board and Marketing
a| 27 How do we get a diverse audience? A younger audience?28 Are our ticket prices appropriate?; 29 Why are subscription sales so much lower than in the past?; 30 Are we using the internet properly?; 31 Our theater is empty, what should we do?; 32 Our theater is filled, what should we do?; Board and Staff; 33 What should we think about when we hire an artistic director or an executive director?; 34 Should we hire from the for-profit sector?; 35 Is it appropriate for board members to do the work of the staff if they are not doing it well?
a| 36 How should the artistic director and the executive director relate to each other?Board and Planning/Budgeting; 37 How should we approach a strategic planning process? How can we make sure the plan is implemented?; 38 Do we really believe the budget we just passed? Where should we cut if we need to?; 39 Should we build a new facility?; 40 What are the major pitfalls of planning we should avoid?; Board in Crisis; 41 Our organization is in a crisis, what do we do?; International Boards; 42 Our organization is not in the united states, does that make a difference?; Arts Organizations of Color
a| 43 Our organization is an institution of color, does that make a difference?
a| A concise, practical, and timely guide for board members of arts organizations
a| Arts boards z| United States.
a| Arts z| United States x| Management.
a| Electronic books.