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Dec 19, 2019

Collaborating with local people to shape relevant and inspiring arts programmes.

This resource gives examples of shared decision-making from across the CPP programme. It includes case studies, tools and tips to help you think strategically, recruit, deliver collaboratively and reflect together.

This resource is for you if… You are:

⊲ an arts practitioner
⊲ a creative producer
⊲ an organisation of any size …with a mission to engage local people in arts, culture and creativity.

You want:

⊲ to develop locally-resonant, creative programming by involving your local community in sharing decisions to shape it.

It was published in 2017.


Dec 12, 2019

This toolkit aims to open up conversation within partnerships about what is important and what can be improved. It doesn’t try to define or limit an understanding of what good work is. Rather it aims to help those using the tools to openly discuss what they’re doing – asking themselves, and all those they work with, to think about whether they can do what they do in better ways. The goal is to encourage a culture of reflection and continuous improvement.

This resource was published in 2016.


Dec 04, 2019

Creative New Zealand commissioned this Risk Management Toolkit (Toolkit) to help managers and administrators in New Zealand arts organisations to develop or improve their risk management practice. Risk, uncertainty and change exist for every organisation. You can be better prepared and reduce the likelihood of harm to your organisation and community through risk management.

This resource was published in July 2014. 

This toolkit will help you to:

  • identify and understand risk factors for your organisation 
  • create a risk management policy
  • manage and monitor the risks you have identified

Nov 28, 2019

There are many important ways that nonprofit organizations can leverage the potential to collaborate, but one powerful strategy that is too often overlooked is to form a long-term, durable partnership through a strategic alliance or restructuring. Strategic partnerships can open whole new worlds of opportunity for serving your mission. They can broaden your reach, expand the range of your programs or services, and help you find more efficient ways to support your organization’s important work. 

This resource is a discussion guide for boards about these topics with cases studies.


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