Adaptistration’s editorial cartoonist, Paul Dixon, is concerned about the Minnesota Orchestra Association’s (MOA) direction and decided it was high time to say something about it. And since today marks the threshold for when MOA music director Osmo Vanska announced he would resign at any moment if the lockout isn’t ended and the ensemble is back […]
Adaptistration’s editorial cartoonist, Paul Dixon, decided the field needed a new award to help validate advances in new model thinking. And since a picture is worth a thousand words, I’ll leave it at that. And just for fun, if this wasn’t fictional satire, who would you vote for?
Adaptistration’s editorial cartoonist, Paul Dixon, is stretching his satirical chops with his latest offering which serves up a hot-button twofer. And since a picture is worth a thousand words, I’ll leave it at that. (more…)
The Christmas season has Adaptistration’s editorial cartoonist, Paul Dixon, in a creative and giving mood so enjoy today’s special holiday weekend article! (more…)
Adaptistration’s editorial cartoonist, Paul Dixon, is at it again and this time around he’s crafted a special Halloween treat. If you’ve been fretting about what you’re going to do for a costume tonight, this may give you an idea or two. (more…)
It seems that last week’s article about whether or not the Philadelphia Orchestra Association (POA) is still competitive with attracting and retaining top talent among its peer group caught the attention of Dixon, Adaptistration’s Editorial Cartoonist. Like any good cartoonist, the article’s bar chart illustrating the POAs change in rank was what he focused on […]
Not every generation gets to live during a period of major transition but everyone in the business today is lucky enough to witness what I like to call the dawn of the executives. For reasons I don’t remember (likely due to the gin being consumed during the conversation), a colleague and I were talking about […]
It seems that the interpretation of unity is more flexible than ever as Peter Dobrin’s article from the 8/17/2011 edition of the Philadelphia Inquirer reports that the Philadelphia Orchestra Association (POA) musicians sent a letter to their board that formally rejects the orchestra’s recent strategic plan along with taking issue over how their supposed role […]