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The Oakland Museum of California (OMCA) restructured its relationship with the City of Oakland as part of a larger institutional transformation process. As part of that process, OMCA engaged GA&A to work closely with the Executive Director, Board, and staff to create a new 21st century structure. Work began September 2010 and implementation of the new structure began in July 2011 with adjustments and work still unfolding.
The David and Lucile Packard Foundation awarded GA&A a grant to facilitate leadership workshops for trustees and executive directors of museums and arts organizations they fund. The charge was to help reposition organizations for greater impact, launch new ways of leading in today’s complex world, and build camaraderie among the region’s arts professionals.
GA&A conducted an evaluation of a grantee’s master planning progress on behalf of the S. D. Bechtel, Jr. Foundation. Based on a thorough assessment of the project elements, recommendations were made to recalibrate the planning and strengthen the infrastructure and leadership needed to successfully complete the capital campaign and establish daily operations
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