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Saturday, May 6 • 1:30pm - 3:00pm
Change Management for Opera Companies LIMITED

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Change management in the corporate world means redirecting resources, adapting processes and preparing employees to reshape how the company succeeds. In some cases, this even means ending a product or service that is no longer competitive. As the opera field looks to address new priorities, shifts in organizational structures and programs will be needed. Learn from examples in the field and beyond to prepare your organization for change, whether it is smoothly closing a program to make room for new ones or changing the staffing structure to support new endeavors.

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David McIntosh

Founder and President, Creative Business Breakthroughs
David McIntosh is the founder and president of Creative Business Breakthroughs LLC, working at the intersection of innovation and effectiveness. Since founding his firm in 2003, David has served as a consultant to executives and their organizations. As a facilitator, he designs and leads strategic planning sessions for businesses and non-profits. As a teacher, he creates customized management development programs for CEOs and their leadership... Read More →


Susan Ashbaker

General & Artistic Director, Tri-Cities Opera Co., Inc.
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Annie Burridge

General Director, Austin Opera
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Marc A. Scorca

President/CEO, OPERA Amerca
Marc A. Scorca joined OPERA America in 1990 as president and CEO. Under his leadership, the OPERA America membership has grown from 120 opera companies to nearly 2,500 organizations and individuals. The organization has also administered two landmark funding initiatives in support of North American operas and opera audiences, and launched an endowment effort in 2000 to create a permanent fund dedicated to supporting new works and... Read More →

Saturday May 6, 2017 1:30pm - 3:00pm
Austin Ballroom 1, 2nd Floor

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