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  • 1. EmcArts Webinar: November 12, 2009What is Innovation in the Arts,and Why Does It Matter?A conversation with:Richard Evans, PresidentJohn Shibley, Director of Organizational LearningEmcArts
  • 2. Webinar Overview
    Our definition of innovation
    Why is innovation important?
    Next steps YOU can take
  • 3. Innovation Lab for the Performing Arts
    Doris Duke Charitable Foundation
    New Pathways for the Arts Initiative
    New Haven, Denver, New York City
    Arts Innovation Fund
    James R. Irvine Foundation
  • 4. The Philadelphia Orchestra
    STREB Lab for Action Mechanics
    St. Paul Chamber Orchestra
    HERE Arts Center
    The de Young Museum
    University Musical Society
    The Hammer Museum
    Orchestra Nashville
    Oregon Shakespeare Festival
    San Diego Opera
    Roadside Theatre
    Pacific Symphony
    SpokaneSymphony
    Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane & Dance Theatre Workshop
    Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra
    Berkeley Repertory Theatre
    MAPP International
    Orchestra of St. Luke’s
    The Civilians
    Chicago Symphony Orchestra
    COCA
    The Oakland Museum of California
    Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art
    Yerba Buena Center for the Arts
    San Francisco Symphony
    Memphis Symphony
    San Francisco Ballet
    Los Angeles Music Center
    LA Philharmonic
    La Jolla Playhouse
    American Composers Orchestra
    Children’s Theatre Company
    Los Angeles County Museum of Art
    Old Globe Theatre
    Liz Lerman Dance Exchange
    San Francisco Museum of Modern Art
    Atlanta Symphony
  • 5. adaptability
    strategic planning
    gimmicks
    creativity
    novelty
    new marketing
    WHAT IS
    selling out
    visionary leadership
    disruption
    INNOVATION ?
    radical restructuring
    new products
    ambition
    invention
    new strategies
    imagination
    creative disruption
    latest thing
    cutting edge
  • 6. Organizational innovations are instances of organizational change that: 1. result from a shift in underlying organizational assumptions 2. are discontinuous from previous practice 3. provide new pathways to fulfilling the mission
  • 7. A Change in the Arts Climate
  • 8. Organizational innovations are instances of organizational change that: 1. result from a shift in underlying organizational assumptions 2. are discontinuous from previous practice 3. provide new pathways to fulfilling the mission
  • 9. How a Shift in Assumptions Leads to an Innovative Strategy: Examples
    Community Schools of the Arts
  • 10. Organizational innovations are instances of organizational change that: 1. result from a shift in underlying organizational assumptions2. are discontinuous from previous practice 3. provide new pathways to fulfilling the mission
  • 11. Innovation
    Breakthrough Change
    Organizational
    Performance
    Continuous Improvement
    Time
  • 12. Organizational innovations are instances of organizational change that: 1. result from a shift in underlying organizational assumptions 2. are discontinuous from previous practice 3. provide new pathways to fulfilling the mission
  • 13. Discontinuous from Previous Practice: The Memphis Symphony
    “Leading from Every Chair”
  • 14. Organizational innovations are instances of organizational change that:1. result from a shift in underlying organizational assumptions 2. are discontinuous from previous practice 3. provide new pathways to fulfilling the mission
  • 15. Three questions to get you thinking…
    Which of our fundamental assumptions about our organization no longer fit the evidence, and what new assumptions should we consider?
    If those new assumptions are right, what mission-centered strategies do they suggest that would be a real departure from our past practice?
    And which of the strategies that we can imagine would provide genuine new pathways to fulfilling our mission?
  • 16. Experiments and Prototypes
    Experimentsare designed to “Fail early, fail fast, fail cheap.”
    Their purpose is to help you learn something.
    Prototypesare more involved and expensive. They are designed
    to make an external impact, as well as to help you learn.
  • 17. Questions for your emerging new strategy…
    What experiment can you do within the next month?
    What can you prototype within three months?
    What can you prototype by the end of the season?
  • 18. Thank you for participating!
  • 19. Contact Us:EmcArts127 West 122nd StreetNew York, NY 10027www.EmcArts.org(212) 362-8541

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