Posted by Schwartz Media Strategies, a Miami, Florida public relations (PR) firm
Given the current state of affairs in the global economy, it’s very easy for a business to become engulfed in developing solutions to ‘todays’ problems. But the shrewdest companies and organizations — and those best positioned for long term sustainability — are the ones that have already begun anticipating tomorrow’s challenges today.
Examples abound within our client roster alone. Miami Jewish Health Systems is evolving its business model with the goal of creating new revenue streams and adapting its service offerings to meet the changing needs of South Florida’s patient population. Law firm Ruden McClosky has created management committees to tackle issues ranging from firm growth, to corporate recruitment. In another example, the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts has completed a strategic plan outlining the organization’s institutional and mission-based goals for the next several years.
South Florida’s business community will have an opportunity to learn how Miami Art Museum is planning for its future at this year’s MAM Corporate Luncheon, where John Wetenhall, Ph.D., M.B.A, a nationally-known museum management expert and current MAM interim director, will deliver a keynote address titled, “Museums for the Future — Now.” His remarks will be delivered within the context of MAM’s upcoming move to its new Herzog & de Meuron-designed building in Miami’s Museum Park. Interested in attending the May 7 luncheon? Download a registration form here.