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- Transform museum learning at your institution.
- Activate your organization’s “soft power.”
- Offer practical solutions for even highly creative, non-traditional museum experiences.
- So much more.
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On this episode Kathleen Brown, Vice President, Lord Cultural Resources speaks to Mary Kershaw about growing up visiting museums and embarking on a major strategic planning process at the height of the pandemic. Mary explains how the pandemic spurred ideas around the Museum and its future, as well as why strategic planning is important as the Museum looks ahead to its upcoming centennial.Watch Video
In this episode, Kathleen Brown, Vice President, Lord Cultural Resources speaks to Corey Madden about her journey to the Monterey Museum of Art, the City of Monterey, its unique features, community, and its cultural scene. Learn more about how this identity has helped develop the vision for the reimagined Monterey Museum of Art and how this will shift the museum’s historical operations.Watch Video
This week's exciting conversation features Monica Sylvain, Ph.D., DEI Thought Leader here at Lord, along with Daniel Hammer, President and CEO of The Historic New Orleans Collection (THNOC). Learn about how Daniel Hammer and Lord developed a strategic plan for THNOC in the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic.Watch video
Action planning can be the most difficult part of the strategic planning process. That’s why we have designed the Strategic Planning Workbook to give you and your staff a guide to helping ensure your goals become reality. Download this excel template and put your plans into action!Download Resource
Once you have identified the key issues for your organization, a board retreat is the next step in your strategic planning process. Here, the steering committee and board members gather together to identify the strategic directions and goals for your organization.
Running a retreat is not an easy task. But if done correctly, you can succeed in setting the direction of your organization over the next 3 to 5 years.Read More