Is it wrong for theatre artists to love the Harvard Business blogs? You decide. Check out a few recent posts:
- The art of the self-imposed deadline
- How to write an elevator pitch
- Seven communication mistakes managers make
From that last post: “A start-up company’s controller watched the CFO lie to members of other departments and subsequently began to doubt the CFO’s sincerity. He began looking for a new job with a boss whose intentions he could trust. In that instance, lying cost the company a valuable employee.”
Insights like these could go a long to helping emerging theatre companies find their corporate feet. Or maybe, when it comes to great theatre, art and commerce don’t mix?