Cultural organisations need to look beyond the state for their income. With the likelihood of public sector funding diminishing further, The Entrepreneurial Museum workshop will address the pressure many cultural organisations feel to reinvent themselves as businesses, by exploring what this can mean even for non-profit organisation, and how entrepreneurial ways of thinking and behaving can be positive and productive. Our colleagues from the Saïd Business School, who have extensive skills, knowledge and expertise in transforming individuals, organisations and practices in cultural sectors as well as the business world, will facilitate the workshop. They will address the challenges facing cultural organisations by using real issues to help delegates develop innovative ideas and strategies for finding solutions. This participative workshop has been designed to enable delegates to experiment, to feel capable of taking risks with ideas, to create new ways of thinking and behaving, to become skilful decision makers, and to develop mechanisms for dealing with demanding situations. In essence, the day aims to encourage and develop entrepreneurial attitudes. This event is for people who have the capacity to lead change and who have a strong desire to have an impact on their organisation and the broader cultural sector. Venue: Saïd Business School, University of Oxford Contact: If you need any further information please contact the Oxford University Museums Partnership team: | 01865 613784. Booking Details: This session costs £125. To book a place:

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