Prioritizing events at museums—it's time to call a peace treaty
Are you negotiating an email war between colleagues over who gets the gallery and its adjacent lobby for their upcoming event? Here are some tips.
Can you keep the plates spinning at your venue with Excel and Outlook?
If you're using Excel and Outlook to manage your venues and events—there is an easier way.
Success Story: Celebrity Series of Boston
Like many arts organizations, Celebrity Series of Boston had challenges keeping track of events across various departments on one calendar, consolidating information for each engagement, and tracking historical information. To overcome these restrictions, their team had to think creatively and plan strategically. Read the full case study to find out how Celebrity Series was able to overcome these challenges using ArtifaxEvent and learn how your organization, too, can increase operational efficiency.
Big Professional Ideas from Tiny Houses
Focus on the things that matter. A quick, 5-minute TN Inspire! presentation from TLCC2016.
Venue Professionals: Get A Better Work/Life Balance
One month in to the new year, and that resolution for less stress? It left with the bass player on January 3rd. Now what? Are you resigned to another year of elevated blood pressure? Hope is not lost.
Santa Shares His Secret for Managing Big, Year-End Event
It’s that magical time of year. The time when your staff is juggling back-to-back Nutcracker performances. Or herding 250 four-year-olds through the annual pancake breakfast with Santa. How are you holding up? Is an easier 2016 holiday season on your wish list? Santa shares his secret for managing this crazy-busy time of year.
Four Scheduling Mistakes That Cripple Your Venue
Whether you use a paper calendar, online calendar, or dedicated facilities software, your calendar is your lifeline. To successfully manage your venue’s calendar, JCA clients stress four mistakes you should avoid.
Surprises Your CEO Does Not Like
Your CEO leads with mission-driven energy and confidence. An early sell-out might be welcome, but there are other surprises that CEOs Do. Not. Want. Ever. Here are five big surprises that can turn a good day into a terrible one for your CEO (and you, too!).