The AHSAA has added a new event to its North-South summer all-star extravaganza – a cross county competition – and the inaugural rosters have been announced. My personal theory of business management is that when things go right, the shop floor gets the credit. In my opinion the environment you are is very important to doing well in school. If your firm (or you!) is looking at gaining an added edge in its offices, here are some businesses that look to bridge the gap between the arts and the public and help to foster creative thinking and broadmindedness through exposure to the arts.
The Bachelor of Arts in Business program at Concordia allows students to develop academic credentials as well as leadership, writing and communication skills. The online Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration degree with a concentration in Management program is designed to take students through a journey that embraces personal, professional, and spiritual transformation.
At the Morrissey’s 110 E. Market St. coworking space, called the Root, independent workers, such as freelancers and building-less business owners, will be able to work away from home in comfort and collaborate with other members. Our work is achieved through the leadership of the BCA Executive Board , a group of business CEOs who provide leadership on key initiatives including messaging, advocacy, and strategic alliances within the private-sector community.
For now do not worry too much about it. If you do not like the business side of a program you can drop it. If you do not like fine arts you can switch to environment. The Arts Business Research Symposium (ABRS) was created to bring students and academics together with working professionals to identify and share best practices and trends in the field.
The reports for Boulder County, State of Colorado and US can be downloaded through Creative Industries, another program of Americans for the Arts. Berko, Roy, Andrew Wolvin, Ray Curtis, THIS BUSINESS OF COMMUNICATING, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th eds, (Dubuque, Iowa: Wm. C. Brown).