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Miles Gregory shares 15 tips on how to turn a troubled arts organisation around with the minimum stress for everyone involved.
Clare Cooper sees peer learning and network leadership as the DNA of ‘systems change’
Sue Isherwood on the need for cultural leaders to understand their political culture and context
Organisations’ shortcomings contribute to Arts Council England dilemmas over funding diversity
Claire Antrobus asks whether two heads are better than one, or whether joint leadership models are double trouble
ACE to reframe the work of the Cultural Leadership Programme
Women still lag behind men in the arts – especially in leadership roles. Hilary Carty looks at the issues that lie behind the figures
Trevelyan Wright reveals the path he took to his current role.
Investment in cultural leaders can be scarce, but Sue Hoyle explains how candidates can Clore their way to the top
Catherine Large calls for a radical re-think of the accepted routes into the creative and cultural sector, arguing for a shift away from unpaid work and towards apprenticeships that employers value.
Kenneth Olumuyiwa Tharp reveals the people who have most inspired him
Hilary Carty, Director of the Cultural Leadership Programme, reveals her career path so far.
As Western economies shift their focus from manufacturing to creating and selling experiences to consumers, opportunities will emerge for arts organisations. Howard Raynor explains.