Services for Organizations

 

The DeVos Institute of Arts Management has served more than 1,000 organizations from over 80 countries. While environments, objectives, and disciplines vary, each Institute client shares the desire to create, market, and sustain exemplary cultural programs.

The Institute's customized consultancies are designed for organizations at all stages in the life cycle, including:

  • Advanced-capacity institutions seeking a strategic “refresh” or visioning process to propel the organization to the next level of excellence
  • Those that know that “something’s not quite right” and that recalibration in several key areas is likely necessary
  • Those requiring immediate, comprehensive evaluation and an intensive level of support
  • New and emerging organizations seeking a planned, steady approach to building a strong foundation and maximizing opportunity
  • Those undergoing a leadership succession at the executive, programmatic, or board levels that can benefit from short-term assistance in one or more key areas.

Organizational Audits

The Institute's Organizational Audit results in a renewed focus on the most salient issues facing a client, as well as a series of short-term recommendations to stabilize or strengthen an organization. 

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Services for Arts Schools

The Institute, in partnership with the Orange County School of the Arts, offers a suite of services for arts schools in today's increasingly complex environment.

 

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2017 InterACT Art Schools Leadership Intensive

The Orange County School of the Arts, a national model for sustained excellence in art school management, and the DeVos Institute of Arts Management at the University of Maryland, a global leader in arts management training and consultation, are pleased to offer a two day training and consultation program for senior executives, administrative staff, and board leadership of arts schools nationwide. 

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