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).
Mark Robinson is one of those rare thinkers who brings enormous experience, depth of thought, skills and knowledge to the work that he does, as well as empathy (especially with artists) and understanding of what are sometimes non-linear issues. He has contributed to the development of our arts organisation right from the start, helping us to articulate what makes us tick, unravelling the early thinking around the sort of business model we could adopt, and facilitating our dreaming of the future. We continue to commission him to help us to re-examine and redefine our mission and our purpose at regular intervals. He is tremendous fun to work with and brings an air of calm and professionalism to the room.
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