A straightforward tool to help arts and cultural organisations think about how we monitor and evaluate impact and improve our impact management. Developed by Arts & Culture Finance by nesta.
Resources tagged with business model
A guide that helps you write the best business plan you can. Based on preparing a plan that collates and clarifies your business model(s); is clear, coherent and realistic; has ambition and is attractive to stakeholders, funders and investors. Written by Dawn Langley and Susan J. Royce.
Susan Royce explains how business models can help build resilience and introduces the Business Model Canvas – a tool to help arts and cultural organisations review how they create, deliver and capture value.
The Business Model Canvas is a shared language for describing, visualising, assessing and changing business models. Use this straightforward 8-step approach to get started.
1. Full seminar recording This resource contains the full seminar recording, alongside some shorter clips highlighting some of the key and interesting talking points made by the speakers: Patrick Towell (Innovation Director, The Audience Agency), Chris Brayne (CEO, Wessex Archaeology), Sophia Woodley (Head of Policy Research, The Audience Agency) and Camilla Stewart (Head of Commercial … Read more
1. What research might I need? When collecting data and information to support a change in your business model, it can be difficult to see the wood for the trees. There are often so many factors to consider that it can be easy to focus on the information that is close to hand, or familiar, … Read more
1. Introduction Your business model sits within a set of way of thinking about how your organisation operates, from your longer-term vision through to the day-to-day implementation of activities. Osterwalder and Pigneur (2010) describe the business model as a ‘framework or logic used to create social and economic value’. You might can visualise these various … Read more
1. Introduction Once you have examined the potential benefits of applying digital approaches and technology in your organisation, you may feel that you need to shift your current ways of working in order to more effectively engage with these kinds of opportunities. Updating your business model is a good way to begin this process and … Read more
‘Pivot’ is one of the most-used words of 2020 – but how much change can cultural organisations realistically make to their business models? This is a recording of a session from our conference Covid-19: Changing Culture? in November 2021. The conference shared emerging findings from our Covid-19 research project and discussed implications with practitioners and … Read more
A playbook of tactics for membership organisations to take advantage of changing attitudes. Developed by Freestyle following research with over 2,000 UK adults exploring expectations, behaviours and attitudes to memberships.