New York 2014
Steven A. Wolf, moderator (Session 1 | The Art of Business) at the New York 2014 ISPA Congress, January 14-16, 2014, Imagining a New Economy for the Arts. View the full Schedule of Events.
Steven A. Wolff | Moderator
AMS Planning & Research Corp. / AMS Analytics LLC
A. Wolff, CMC is the founding Principal of AMS Planning & Research Corp.
and AMS Analytics LLC. He works from the
firm’s Connecticut headquarters. For
over 25 years, Steven has provided counsel to leading arts, culture and
entertainment enterprises on strategic initiatives, the planning and
development of capital facilities and arts market and consumer research.
firm is deeply involved internationally in the areas of strategy and
organizational change, "re-thinking successTM” for the 21st
century through a stronger focus on effectiveness and civic entanglement. Steven
has participated in the development of more than $5 billion of new and
renovated capital facilities for the arts including many of the most
significant arts center projects in North America. AMS’s research practice, AMS Analytics,is an acknowledged
industry leader in bench marking, operations analysis, arts consumer and market
information. Steven developed
PAC Statssm, an international benchmarking initiative, introduced in
2002, for major performing arts centers, which is now used by more than 30 major
performing arts centers across North America, the UK and Australia.
is on the faculty at the Yale School of Drama, where he received a Master of
Fine Arts degree in theater administration and now teaches Decision
Support. He is a frequent keynote
speaker at national and international conferences and a guest lecturer at major
universities. Steven is a member of the Institute of Management Consultants and
holds the designation Certified Management Consultant (CMC). Steven is chair of the Arts Committee and a
member of the Executive Committee of the Fairfield County Community
Foundation. He served as an officer on
the Board the nationally-known Westport Country Playhouse (2001 – 2006) and is
on the Board of both the Mount Snow Academy and New York Yacht Club Regatta