Monthly Archives: February 2014

What’s on my mind this month is ecological thinking. Researchers in the cultural sector have explored the idea that culture is a highly complex and interdependent ecosystem in which “resources” are exchanged between “species,” much like a rainforest. Bill Sharpe’s … Continue reading

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An interesting and provocative study on America’s Creative Economy crossed my desk recently. The report was produced by the Creative Economy Coalition, a working group of the National Creativity Network. The researchers, including WolfBrown friend and consultant Christine Harris, studied 27 research projects relating … Continue reading

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A recent Nonprofit Quarterly headline caught my eye. It was an article discussing a topic that I know is germane to many nonprofits each year as they move through their annual budgeting process – how much profit does a nonprofit need? This is a … Continue reading

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