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Many people have written about the need for non-profit arts and culture groups to have board-approved succession plans for addressing planned or unplanned leadership transitions. Foundations often require grantees to have up-to-date succession plans, as a governance “best-practice” metric and, … Continue reading

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In reading about the remarkable 60-year tenure of Stanley Drucker as principal clarinet of the New York Philharmonic I thought about legacies in the performing arts. How does a great performer or creator establish a legacy? Surely it helps to … Continue reading

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