#TBT When Good Managers Have Little Choice But To Do Bad Things

I’m traveling for work today so just a quick #TBT post by way of a terrific article from recently retired Baltimore Sun music critic, Tim Smith. He recently started a personal blog to use as an outlet for his ongoing music journalism habit (it should definitely be in your bookmark folder) and one of the early offerings is a piece titled Reflections on the crisis at the BSO. The piece offers …

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The Best Way To Begin Learning About The Differences Between Cloud And Hosted Software Is At The Beginning

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There are no shortages of good reasons why you may be hearing more about “the cloud” lately. The fundamental benefits of a serverless platform produce very real advantages. Having said that, understanding the differences between cloud-based software and apps compared to their traditional hosted counterparts is a knowledge well arts administrators need to dig. To that end, I published an article at ArtsHacker that provides an excellent resource for you to …

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The Latest Update In Opera Workplace Satisfaction: Winter 2019

It has been just over eight months since the last time we examined the value of improving opera workplace satisfaction which means it is high time to see where things are related to your efforts on increasing the quantity and frequency of reviews at GlassDoor.com from arts administrators and staffers about their respective orchestra employers. This article is part of an ongoing special series that tracks workplace satisfaction. We publish two installments per …

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The Latest Update In Orchestra Workplace Satisfaction: Winter 2019

It has been just over eight months since the last time we examined the value of improving orchestra workplace satisfaction which means it is high time to see where things are related to your efforts on increasing the quantity and frequency of reviews at GlassDoor.com from arts administrators and staffers about their respective orchestra employers. This article is part of an ongoing special series that tracks workplace satisfaction. We publish two installments per …

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Grant Me The Serenity To Accept The Things I Cannot Change, The Courage To Change The Things I Can, And The Wisdom To Know The Difference.

Yesterday’s post about the Baltimore Symphony article archive got me thinking about all the issues over the years this outlet has tackled. While accomplishments are always gratifying, it’s the topics that feel more like failures that seem to linger longest. Granted, that’s far from a unique trait but the serenity prayer in today’s title made me wonder if I’m a little too low on the wisdom meter to know if I’ve …

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