Organizational Change Case Studies
Recorded: Friday, September 7th, 2012 @ 11:15 am - 12:15 pm PST
Duration: 60 min
The Oakland Museum of California, Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art and San Diego Youth Symphony and Conservatory will each share their stories of organizational change, followed by discussion and Q&A with a response panel made up of Chip Conley, Gail Anderson, Robert Gaan and Richard Evans.Please register or sign in to access this session.
Lori Fogarty is the Director and CEO of the Oakland Museum of California (OMCA), an institution that brings together collections of art, history and natural science under one roof to tell the extraordinary stories of California and its people.
Dalouge Smith joined the San Diego Youth Symphony and Conservatory (SDYS) in February of 2005 with over ten years of arts administration and production experience. At SDYS he has overseen development of the organization’s vision to “make music education accessible and affordable for all students in San Diego County.” In pursuit of this vision, Dalouge has transformed SDYS from solely a program provider into a catalyst for restoring and strengthening music education in schools.
Gail Anderson, president of Gail Anderson & Associates (GA&A), a museum management consultant, helps museum leaders position their institutions for greater relevancy and success in today’s complex world. Working closely with museum trustees, directors, and staff, Anderson facilitates strategic planning, organizational assessment and development, board development, as well as individual coaching.
Judith Koke, Director of Education & Interpretive Programs for The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, came to Kansas City in August, 2011, from the Art Gallery of Ontario, where she had been Deputy Director of Education and Public Programming since 2007.
Robert Gaan is the Chair of the Board of Directors for the San Diego Youth Symphony and Conservatory. He has served on the SDYS Board for seven years and was the organization's Treasurer prior to being elected Chair.
As the preeminent thought leader at the intersection of psychology and business, and a successful practitioner of emotional intelligence at work, Chip shared his unique rescription for success in PEAK: How Great Companies Get Their Mojo from Maslow. Based on noted psychologist Abraham Maslow’s iconic Hierarchy of Needs theory, PEAK illustrates how business’s three key stakeholders – employees, customers and investors – are ultimately motivated by peak experiences that address their higher, unspoken needs.