CLIENT CASE STUDIES

The Kennedy Center
In 1990, James D. Wolfensohn, the new Chairman of the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, conducted a comprehensive assessment of all aspects of the Washington, DC-based performing arts center. WolfBrown was selected to evaluate and make recommendations about the Education Department. In conjunction with the Director of Harvard PACE, WolfBrown recommended an amended mission statement and goals for the Department, then evaluated existing programs in relation to those goals. The report recommended new initiatives that celebrate the rich diversity of American cultures, suggested changes in many of the programs, dealt with structural and budgetary issues, and included an ongoing evaluation mechanism.

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