Leadership in Times of Uncertainty
Date: 14.07.2010 16:00 - 20:00 Location: NESTA, London
Cuts in funding, changing ways of audience consumption and the inevitable rapid disruption to business models mean that arts and cultural organisations face leadership challenges like never before. How can today's leaders of creative organisations meet the emerging challenges of the 21st Century?
On 14 July 2010, the Clore Leadership Programme in partnership with the National Endowment for Science, Technology and the Arts (NESTA) hosted an event to launch a number of provocation papers by Clore Fellows. The papers were jointly commissioned by the two organisations who challenged the Fellows to explore the key industry challenges and implications for leadership at this time.
The event focused on progressive cultural leadership in the face of business uncertainty and was chaired by Sir John Tusa.
The panelists included:
Claire Antrobus, Arts Consultant and Clore Fellow
John Holden, Visiting Professor in Culture, City University and an Associate at Demos where he was Head of Culture from 2000 to 2008
Sarah Weir, Head of Arts and Cultural Strategy at Olympic Delivery Authority
To download a copy of the Fellows' articles please click on the names below: