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Kris LeCorgne

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    What do you get when you gather 189 community flutists and have them perform a piece mimicking the migration of birds? Honestly, a pretty cool experience. This past week, I was lucky to join The St. Paul Chamber Orchestra's presentation of Salvatore Sciarrino's “Cutting the Circle of Sounds,” a Knight Arts Challenge winner.
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    Above: Communication by Andre Vandal on Flickr. Kris LeCorgne How organizations communicate and exchange information – and their internal capacity to do so – will always be challenges for businesses. Entire fields of study are dedicated to these subjects and they continue to be central focuses for many business leaders seeking to increase productivity in the American workforce. In the world of non-profits, these subjects are even larger points of pain. Non-profits tend to run leaner organizations dedicated to their specific charitable activities. In the arts, this is further hyperbolized as “organizations” can be more loosely structured collectives without formal management or communications procedures. Above all, these groups just want to do “art.”