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A National Collaborative Evaluation of Sistema-inspired Music EducationThe Longy School of Music of Bard College and WolfBrown have formed a strategic partnership to carry out a two-year study of the benefits of Sistema-inspired programs for children in grades K-8. more>>
Now Available: A Collaboration Workbook, Commissioned by Heart of Brooklyn - A Cultural PartnershipOver a two-year period, six Heart of Brooklyn cultural institutions designed, pilot tested, and evaluated a process for conceiving and implementing collaborative programs that address community needs. A Collaboration Workbook distills what was learned. more>>
Partnership with ASIMÉTRICA brings Intrinsic Impact Survey Tools to Spain, Other Countries
|No. 31 | published 2013|
Investing In the Long View
How do we know the arts matter? Where is the added value? What is the evidence that investing in the arts has an impact? These are questions that arts presenters, administrators, and artists and performers working in the public sector are pressed to answer daily more >>
Join the conversation about "Effective Leadership for Nonprofit Organizations" and read Tom Wolf's blog|
WolfBrown is pleased to announce another excerpt from Thomas Wolf’s popular new book, Effective Leadership for Nonprofit Organizations: How Executive Directors and Boards Work Together from Allworth Press. Below, we are posting illuminating case histories from the book that can lead to improved management and governance practices. View the newest entry posted 12/9/14. more >>
The Board's Role in Donor Cultivation|
Headlining a Guidestar newsletter in February 2015, this article by Dr. Thomas Wolf discusses the special role that board members play in donor cultivation. more >>