Is your board better at engaging around short-term tasks and projects than at grappling with long-term strategic issues? Do you sometimes feel you aren’t all pulling in the same direction? Do board members express confusion about where the organization is heading? Today’s complex environment can be confounding for boards, who know they must get better in order to lead their orchestras effectively. In this segment, representatives from the Arkansas and Berkeley symphonies talk about their “learning by doing” approach—how they used strategic planning to increase the governance capacity of their boards.
To download this audio interview with the Arkansas Symphony and Berkeley Symphony visit americanorchestras.org.
Posted March 27, 2012