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).
Thank you so very much for your contribution to the Colloquium. Many months ago when I emailed you to see if you were available and you were, I literally lept with joy as I had a feeling that snagging a keynote from you, would ensure that I had the Colloquium “in the bag” so to speak – and I was right. I am still hearing from people about how much they appreciated your insights and this framework to help think through change.The twitter feed at #boc2011 was looking all lit up for while too.
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