My, What A Timely Article

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It seems we weren’t the only ones thinking about customer relationship management (CRM) solutions via yesterday’s satisfaction survey (please submit your position if you haven’t done so already). Joe Patti published an article over at Butts In The Seats titled What Is On Your Customer Relationship Management Wishlist? where he solicits feedback on what sorts of features you would like to see as part of an ideal CRM package. 55One item that caught …

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How Satisfied Are You With Your CRM Provider?

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There was a terrific Dilbert cartoon from 12/27/15 that does a great job at illustrating some of the strongest complaints I hear from arts managers about their interaction with customer relationship management (CRM) solutions and the providers who manage them. I posted the comic on the ArtsHacker Facebook page and solicited feedback on potential interest in one or more articles designed to help organizations avoid getting caught up in the sorts …

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Oh Yeah, I’d Swipe Right For That Font Combo

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For many performing arts orgs, January means you’re knee deep into next season’s design stage and for those of you who do your own design work, finding complementary font combos can become an overwhelming task. Fortunately, I published a post at ArtsHacker today that offers up a wealth of resources for keeping you from going too far down that rabbit hole.

Analyzing The Hartford Symphony Shutdown Threat Part 2

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In Part 1, we examined the additional information provided by the Hartford Symphony Orchestra (HSO) in response to their 12/19/2015 statement saying that the orchestra’s board is considering shutting down operations at the end of January, 2016 if they are unable to reach an agreement on a new collective bargaining agreement (CBA) with their musicians. Along with determining where the HSO’s shutdown threat falls within potential options, today’s post will dive …

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Analyzing The Hartford Symphony Shutdown Threat

On 12/19/2015, a Hartford Symphony Orchestra (HSO) spokesperson was quoted in an Associated Press article saying that the orchestra’s board is considering shutting down operations at the end of January, 2016 if they are unable to reach an agreement on a new collective bargaining agreement (CBA) with their musicians. At the time, there were no additional details regarding what that meant and since the phrase can cover everything from a work stoppage to …

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