- The Clash of Organizational Cultures
- How Do You Align Your Mission and Values To Your Visitor Experience?
- Off on an adventure with Seven Stories
- Association of Independent Museums
- It's amazing where a sense of adventure takes you
- National Trust
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I live in Nashville, TN – “Music City USA”! Having lived in Toronto and Orlando, I’ve recognized the culture here is very different. Southern hospitality, warm hugs, Bible studies at Starbucks, musicians burning the midnight oil, fried “hot” chicken of national acclaim and the list can go on. Any kind of music you want on any night of the week. Nashville has a vibe that can only be experienced.
Nashville also recently won the bid for Amazon to
Sylvia Matiko, co-founder of A Different View, discusses how commercial and non-profit attractions can align their mission, vision and values with unforgettable visitor experiences on the AttractionPros Podcast's latest episode.
- "Peeling back the onion" to learn more about your visitors/guests
- Learning whether or not your company's values are being "behaviorized" by all members of the organization
- How cultural and commercial attractions can learn from each other,
- Balancing "mission and margin" and aligning it with the visitor experience.
This month we were appointed to Seven Stories, The National Centre for Children's Books. Based in Newcastle upon Tyne but with a national reach through touring and partnerships, Seven Stories holds the most amazing collection. With writing and illustrations from over 180 authors including Philip Pullman, Michael Morpurgo, Enid Blyton and Judith Kerr together with a growing library of over 35,000 books.
We're thrilled that Rosalind Johnson has been appointed again this year as one of twelve national consultants to deliver the Prospering Boards programme for AIM, Association of Independent Museums. Members of the association can apply to AIM for governance and strategy support.
‘Through inventiveness, expertise and above all, a sense of adventure, Brooklands changed the world. Building on that amazing legacy, we will use those qualities to inspire future generations to shape their world’
It was back in 2012 that we worked with Brooklands Museum to uncover that long-term vision. It was the beginning of a memorable working relationship that helped them think strategically about the future and develop the £8.4m aviation factory project which opens today.
We're thrilled to be appointed by the National Trust to work with their team on Brownsea Island in Dorset. The task is wide and varied. Working with a client project team, we'll be spending nine months developing a plan to develop the visitor experience. There are two distinct areas we'll be working on; an interpretive framework that brings together a thematic approach across Brownsea and an island wide visitor experience master plan that future proofs experiences and facilities.