Forward Planning: A Handbook of Business, Corporate and Development Planning for Museums and Galleries

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Forward Planning

A handbook of business, corporate and development planning for museums and galleries

Edited by

Timothy Ambrose and Sue Runyard

MUSEUMS & GALLERIES COMMISSION

in conjunction with Routledge

London and New York

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Acknowledgement viii
  • Foreword ix
  • Introduction x
  • I - Assessing Your Position 1
  • 1 - The Purpose of a Forward Plan 2
  • 2 - Policy and Style 6
  • 3 - A Wider View 10
  • 4 - Your Museum in Context 16
  • 5 - The Role of Marketing 26
  • II - Writing Your Plan 31
  • 6 - What Sort of Forward Plan? 32
  • 7 - A Step-By-Step Guide 42
  • 8 - Working with Consultants 52
  • 9 - Working on Your Own with Limited Resources 60
  • III - Forward Planning in Specialist Areas 65
  • 10 - Collections Care and Its Costs 66
  • 11 - Maintenance 70
  • 12 - Developments in Financial Management 74
  • 13 - Staffing Levels 78
  • 14 - Documentation 82
  • 15 - Fundraising 86
  • 16 - Conservation 90
  • 17 - Environmental Planning and Control 96
  • 18 - Security Requirements 102
  • 19 - Provision for Disabled People 106
  • 20 - Policy Planning for Volunteers 112
  • 21 - Training 118
  • 22 - Temporary Exhibitions 122
  • 23 - Performance Indicators 128
  • IV - Using Your Plan 133
  • 24 - Implementation, Assessment and Monitoring 134
  • 25 - Distribution and Presentation 138
  • V - Samples and Extracts from Forward Plans 143
  • National Museum of Science & Industry 145
  • The Royal Scots Regimental Museum, Edinburgh Castle 150
  • VI - Checklist of Tasks 165
  • Equal Opportunities: Select Bibliography 171
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