Building a cohort around collective change for the better
The Arts & Culture Collective is a cohort which has been formed across the UK and Ireland. The purpose of this initiative is to understand how we currently use data in times of great uncertainty to inform innovation in practices that will lead to greater sustainability throughout the sector.
The Think Tank series is aimed at identifying the biggest challenges facing our teams. The workshops look at our practices and the use of data to better inform our decisions and safeguard the sustainability of our organizations.Take Part
Emotions are used more than logic to make decisions
We make hundreds, maybe thousands of decisions every day and most of them are based on what our emotions are telling us.
The pressure the sector is feeling to make tough decisions won’t go away unless we can find better solutions to problem-solving and critically reflect on how we inform our organisational strategies. What we want to uncover is how data can inform what we do, when we don’t have the answers.Join a Think Tank
The challenges that await seem daunting but we’re facing them collectively
Navigating uncertainty is not an easy process, but it has become a mandatory part of arts and cultural management.
In 2020, our sector was hit with the biggest uncertainty most of us have ever experienced in our professional lives. The topics and scenarios that are presented during the Think Tank sessions all revolve around how we act, think, and make decisions during times of uncertainty.Collaborate Together
Putting an end to the barrier of information overload
Analysis Paralysis is a real thing and it negatively impacts the output of creative teams. It occurs when your brain suddenly becomes overtaxed by worry or pressure, and you fail to execute in the critical moment. Where the right thing to say is stuck in a verbal traffic jam between your brain and your mouth.
Too much information can have a negative impact on your team. In this session, we’ll work together to form an informed approach to best practices from data-driven decision making.Register Your Interest