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Is There A Tiny Ray Of Hope Developing In Pittsburgh?

The 10/20/2016 edition of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette published an article by Elizabeth Bloom which takes a Forward 1 Somersault Straight right into the heart of issues we examined earlier this week via the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra (PSO) work stoppage. Bloom’s article provides additional examples illustrating what is perhaps best described as counterproductive entrenchment such as […]

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Arts And The Election

Yes, the third presidential debate was held last night. No, we aren’t discussing it here. Instead, let’s take a moment to examine American’s for the Arts’ (A4A) ArtsVote2016 resource center. Once you get past the user interface, the A4A’s resource is an entirely useful resource when it comes to determining which candidates you opt to […]

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Pittsburgh Symphony Cancels More Concerts. Disagreements Over Disagreements Abound.

The Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra (PSO) recently announced another round of event cancellations through November 18, 2016. Although cancellations are par for the course during a work stoppage, what makes this round of cancellations unusual is they appear to be driven more by brinkmanship than an inability to reach an agreement. Failing to reach an agreement […]

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Step Up Your Data Driven Decision Making Process

Although Google does an excellent job making Analytics user friendly and beneficial right out of the box, that doesn’t mean you can’t make it even more applicable to your organization’s needs. To that end, one of the most frequently misunderstood elements of Google Analytics (GA) is Session and Campaign lengths. In order to help provide […]

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It’s Official: #ClickClickDone Session Was A Hit With Arts Midwest Attendees!

What a treat to learn that the Click.Click.Done. Developing Your Google Analytics Skills session was a big hit with attendees at the 2016 Arts Midwest conference and produced a 95.8 percent overall satisfaction rating! Many thanks to Arts Midwest Program Manager Brian Halaas and all of his colleagues who made our work easier and constantly made sure my […]

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Peter Dobrin Couldn’t Be More Right

The Philadelphia Inquirer published a commentary article by Peter Dobrin on 10/7/2016 that asks a number of difficult questions related to executive accountability during periods of labor unrest. He examines the issues via his home ensemble, the Philadelphia Orchestra, and he provides a decidedly clear perspective. The article begins with his observations vis-à-vis the orchestra […]

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