The COVID-19 pandemic has presented arts organisations with a variety of challenges. Lockdowns and other restrictions have meant fewer opportunities to get together, with each other, within our organisations, with our audiences, and with our communities. This has heightened the impact of long-standing pressures in the arts sector around issues such as wellbeing and financial sustainability.
Now in the third year of the pandemic, arts organisations are looking at long-term adaptation to a world that is different to the world we knew in 2019. The strategy workshop series aimed to help arts organisations think through how to build organisational resilience and sustainability. The series was funded by Creative New Zealand and was delivered in mid 2022 for Auckland Council Arts Partners. Each workshop was accompanied with one of these workbooks – now more widely available for sector organisations.
Please find more information on these resources below.
Developed by Te Taumata Toi-a-Iwi, this workbook presents key concepts to help organisations build a communication plan that supports their strategy.
This document presents some key concepts to help you build a communication plan that supports your organisation’s strategy.
Developed by Te Taumata Toi-a-Iwi, this workbook contains useful tools to help organisations understand and demonstrate their impact, regardless of creative focus, scale and stage of development.
The sections of this document include;
Developed by Te Taumata Toi-a-Iwi, this workbook outlines the role of strategy in organisational planning and how to create an actionable strategy.
This workbook will introduce some key concepts to help you understand the role of strategy in your organisational planning, and how to develop your strategy. It will cover:
Rachel Trotman from Weave speaks on useful tools to help organisations understand and demonstrate their impact.
Rachel was a key contributor to the Demonstrating Impact workbook in this series.
You can find that resource and the full Youtube video of this kōrero below.
Kaan Hiini from Curative speaks on the the role of strategy in organisational planning and how to create an actionable strategy.
This kōrero relates to the strategy workbook in this series. You can find the link to the resource and the full Youtube video of Kaan below.