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Foundation grant funds help museum implement plans, grow programs

Tuesday, August 28th, 2018

The Museum of the Cherokee Indian is serious about strategic planning because they see the results in their bottom line. They began with a plan in 2004 that resulted in increased cash flow and many new initiatives. In 2014 a new director arrived, and a new five-year plan was in place by early 2015, thanks in part to a grant from the Foundation.

“We contracted with ConsultEcon from Boston; they’ve worked with more than 700 museums around the country, especially in locations where casinos were introduced.… read more

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