Persisting in the Pandemic: Evaluating Nonprofit People, Processes, and Technology
COVID-19 forced many nonprofits to quickly transition to work from home. This was more challenging for some than others—but we're here. If this is the new normal, how can an organization prepare for a longer-term remote work scenario? We’ll look at ways to evaluate people, processes, and technology to persist through the pandemic.
Pricing for Virtual Performances
With the pandemic forcing us into our homes, arts organizations are finding innovative ways to reach audiences and share their work. With limited options, many performing arts organizations are selling “tickets” to digitally streamed performances. Yet many don’t have a pricing strategy that applies to these new offerings. How do you price a streamed performance? Do standard pricing principals apply? We'll answer these questions in this blog on pricing for virtual performances.
Leading from Home
Remember when working from home seemed like a dream come true? How quickly that wore off... And when you are a supervisor of a remote team, the challenges are compounded. Work from Home (WFH) + Lead from Home (LFH) = Big Challenge. But you are not alone—read on for advice on how to tackle your remote leadership challenges.
What Arts Organizations Can Do Right Now in Response to Coronavirus
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, cultural organizations are, rightly and by necessity, focused on the short-term. Quick action is required with imperfect information and many unknowns. In this piece we relay our best advice for handling the immediate emergency, while keeping an eye on the future.
Suddenly Remote: 7 Tips for a Successful Virtual Workforce
Many organizations are suddenly moving to a remote workforce—but JCA is no stranger to working virtually. Our team is distributed over the entire U.S., and as far away as Canada and Scotland. Here are some tips to help ease an abrupt transition into the virtual workplace.