Master Class: Management

Management

Visit any bookstore and you will notice that there is no shortage of books on leadership and management. Leadership and
management skills are essential to the success of any organization, whether it is a private business, public entity, or
non-profit organization. Film Commission offices are no different.

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Management: Funding and Budgeting

Management: Funding and Budgeting

AFCI Price from $ 50.00
For many people, dealing with the funding and budgeting of a film commission office is one of their least favorite parts of the job. As film commissioners, we want to be able to focus on our work with production companies, not worry about how we are going to pay the staff or find the funds for our programs. Unfortunately, it’s a fact of life. A strong film commissioner is not only versed in the world of film production, but also has a keen business sense and understands the ins and outs of funding and budgeting. How funding comes in, how it is tracked and how it is reported will vary greatly depending upon whether the film commission is government based or an independent not for profit, and in which part of the world.  Regardless, it is essential to understand the basics. This course looks at the six basic steps of getting, managing and reporting your funding.

 

Management: Identifying and Managing Stakeholders

Management: Identifying and Managing Stakeholders

AFCI Price from $ 50.00
A film commission office is about relationships: building them, managing them, and effectively using them to produce results. These relationships are key to the success and sustainability of a film commission office. In this class we will explore the different stakeholders that a film commission office works with and look at the potential tension points between these groups.

 

Management: Introduction to Management

Management: Introduction to Management

AFCI Price from $ 50.00
Visit any bookstore and you will notice that there is no shortage of books on leadership and management. Leadership and management skills are essential to the success of any organization, whether it is a private business, public entity, or nonprofit organization. Film Commission offices are no different. When most people think of management they think of dealing with the day to day issues of employees, managing workflow in an office and generally doing day to day office work. While a film commissioner does all of these things, they also have some other factors that play into the management of their office and their program.

 

Management: Management Skills

Management: Management Skills

AFCI Price from $ 50.00
As the manager of a film commission office that are many skills that you will need to be successful. Some of them are covered in the other modules in this series. However, we have also identified three specific skills that are important to your success in a film commission office. Mediation, strategic planning and public speaking are skills that you will use on a regular basis and are things that should be learned and reviewed continually.

 

Management: Structure of a Film Commission

Management: Structure of a Film Commission

AFCI Price from $ 50.00
How an organization is structured dictates much of how it operates, how decisions are made, how funding is obtained and used and what rules the organization has to follow. Film Commission offices are no different. Around the world, film commission offices are structured in many different ways, each with their own challenges. In this module, we will explore the different film commission structures and the uniqueness of operating under each structure.

 

NON-MEMBER - Management: Funding and Budgeting
NON-MEMBER - Management: Identifying and Managing Stakeholders
NON-MEMBER - Management: Introduction to Management
NON-MEMBER - Management: Management Skills
NON-MEMBER - Management: Structure of a Film Commission