There are so many great books and websites that talk about work, efficiency, life-work balance, nonprofit management and leadership, and the like.

Websites & Blogs:

You’re The Boss (at NY Times)



Entry Level Living

Rosetta Thurman

The Management Center

Theory of Change Community

Philanthropy 2173


Lodestar Center (at ASU)

Stanford Social Innovation Review 

Harvard Business Review Blogs

Books and Scholarly Articles:

Keep in mind…I am in the arts, so a lot of these books are going to be non-profit and arts focused.

The Art of the Turnaround: Creating and Maintaining Healthy Arts Organizations by Michael Kaiser

Good to Great by Jim Collins

The Art of the Long View by Peter Schwartz

NonProfit Enterprise in the Arts by Paul DiMagio

Syllabus: Public Policy and the Arts at Yale SOM


I am obsessed with documentaries, I watch them all the time. Here are a few that I really love that are arts-related.

The Art of the Steal 

Herb & Dorothy

Looking For Richard 


Job Boards:





ArtSearch (requires Login)

Facebook Group: Art Careers Cafe (I’ll invite you, if you want!)

Things to do at Work:



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