O'Neill, K. (2018) Do I Have to Change my Class to be a Leader? London: Clore Leadership Programme. This is a provocation paper that explores the challenges of social class for arts and cultural leaders.
Gorton, C. (2016) Building digital leadership and resilience in the UK’s cultural sector. London: Clore Leadership Programme. This research provides new insights for cultural leaders on the use of digital technology to enhance the resilience of their organisations. It highlights that the effective integration of digital technology owes as much to the context as to the qualities of particular leaders themselves.
Woodlesy, S. et al ( 2018) What is Resilience anyway? London: Golant Media Ventures and The Audience Agency. This report, commissioned by Arts Council England, explores how the frequently used term ‘resilience’ has been understood in the arts and culture sector in the UK. The report is based on literature and extensive qualitative and qualitative research.
Bonham-Carter, C. (2016) Representation of female artists in Britain in 2016. London: Freelands Foundation. The intention of this report, commissioned by the Freelands Foundation, is to provide up-to-date data on the representation of women in the art world, in order to provoke critical awareness of gender parity in the sector. Other reports available from the Freelands Foundation too.
Hatch Regeneris (2019) Culture-led Regeneration. London: Local Government Association. This report explores the civic role of the arts organisations and provides many examples of the different ways in which arts and culture are shaping places for the better.
Museums Association (2017) Museums facing closure: Legal and ethical issues. London: MA. This reports looks into over 20 recent museum closures in the UK to understand how the governing bodies, the employees and the individuals involved responded.
BOP consulting (2019) The Gulf festivals, Skills research. London: British Council. This report focuses on festivals in the Gulf countries.
The Royal Society (2018) Research Culture. London: RS. This report is based on 12 workshops that explored and reimagined research funding and assessment systems. The emerging common themes were: recognition and esteem; setting culture; a culture of mobility; open science and fostering scientific leadership.