Thinking Practice helps the arts, cultural and other sectors be more creative, more adaptive and more resilient. It is a one-man big band (with mates) led by Mark Robinson, an accomplished and inventive thinker and leader with an international reputation within the cultural sector. Services combine thinking (writing, research, evaluation, argument, analysis and strategy) with practice (project development, interim services, learning, facilitation and coaching).
I commissioned Mark to write what became ’21 Ways of looking at The Sponsors Club’ because I knew he’d get what we needed to mark our 21st birthday and point to the future. As a self-confessed ‘policy-wonk’ and a published poet, I knew he’d understand the intended audience of partners and stakeholders and that it needed to fit our ‘style’. When the work arrived I loved it, as did our staff, designer and printer. Above all the reaction from our audience has been tremendous. Everyone has said the same thing, the work celebrates The Sponsors Club in the style of The Sponsors Club. Brief fulfilled.
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