- James Firth on Wage slavery does not suit the funding challenges of a ‘knowledge economy’
- Stew Dean on Wage slavery does not suit the funding challenges of a ‘knowledge economy’
- Pete on Wage slavery does not suit the funding challenges of a ‘knowledge economy’
- Around the horn: St. Patty’s edition | Createquity. on Press, policy and research (PPR)
- Press, policy and research (PPR) | on Creative Data?
Monthly Archives: October 2011
By Jon A few weeks ago we featured an interview with John Kreidler conducted when launched the online cultural modelling tool, Medici’s lever. In this second interview, we asked him what insights the lever had provided, one year on, and … Continue reading
by Jon Dawn and I wrote posts last week on the thorny subject of Arts Council KPIs, a theme then picked up over on Thinking Practice by Mark Robinson, former Executive Director at Arts Council NE. The Arts Council is … Continue reading
By Tina Following on from Jon’s and Dawn’s posts, I have been thinking about growth for smaller arts organisations and the expectation of raising more income from different sources in the next three years, particularly in regards to private investment … Continue reading
by Jon Efficient and informative post by Dr David McGillivray on a Scottish conference about research and knowledge exchange in the cultural industries. Is it just me that gets excited reading about this kind of thing?