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Mark Robinson



Mark Robinson is the founder of Thinking Practice, which works to build a more adaptive and more resilient arts and cultural ecology. He is best known in cultural policy as the author of the influential papers Making Adaptive Resilience Real and The Role of Diversity in Building Adaptive Resilience (with Tony Nwachukwu), and has given keynotes, talks and workshops about adaptive resilience across the UK and in Canada, Australia and South Africa. He was an Associate of Mission Models Money.

Since founding Thinking Practice in 2010, Mark has worked with over 80 organisations. He specialises in coaching and mentoring of leaders and leadership teams, evaluation and research, organisational development, training and facilitation. Mark is a Level 7 ILM-accredited coach and mentor.

He was previously Executive Director of Arts Council England, North East.

He writes regularly about culture, cultural policy and politics at www.thinkingpractice.co.uk/blog.

 

Resources by Mark Robinson

Influencing the resilience of your organisation
Lessons for the arts to adapt and remain resilient under pressure
Western Australian Museum – Business Model Case Study
Ironbridge Gorge Museum Trust – Business Model Case Study
Santa Cruz Museum of Art & History – Business Model Case Study
Black Country Living Museum – Business Model Case Study
Red Earth Theatre Business Model Case Study
Hackney Empire Business Model Case Study
Watershed Business Model Case Study
Arts at the Old Fire Station Business Model
Derby Museums Business Model Case Study
Live Theatre Business Model Case Study
Castlefield Gallery Business Model Case Study
mac birmingham Business Model Case Study
a-n business model case study
Allenheads Contemporary Arts Business Model Case Study
Beamish Business Model Case Study
Bloodaxe Books Business Model Case Study
Ministry of Stories Business Model Case Study
Southbank Centre Business Model Case Study
Business Model Canvas – six questions for the sector
Lessons on collaboration and relevance from Creative People and Places
Multiplying Leadership in Creative Communities