Mutualization: Pooling Knowledge and Resources – RCAAQ
Get the most out of resource-sharing processes by approaching them clearly and methodically!
Do you feel hindered in achieving your operating mission due to limited financial or human resources? Learn to develop the plural way of approaching challenges!
This introductory training in the pooling process offers people who work in an organization – creation, production, distribution or support services – the opportunity to become familiar with the concept of pooling. It will allow them to discover the advantages and challenges, as well as the conditions necessary for setting up the form of pooling that suits them best.
The training encourages reflection on the strengths and weaknesses of one’s organization. It’s not just about talking about needs, but also about what we offer to establish the foundations of lasting collaboration.
The workshop will allow participants to take ownership of the different aspects of the pooling process, from its planning to its mechanisms for integrating into the daily functioning of organizations, taking into account the context and the available resources.
- Understand the key concepts and the essential aspects of a typical pooling process.
- Identify the conditions inherent to the success of a pooling process.
- Evaluate the relevance of adopting pooling as a possible solution to the challenges encountered.
- Identify the type of pooling adapted to your organization or your sector of activity.
- Identify possible pooling partners for your organization.
Who can benefit from this training?
The training is suitable for managers and staff of organizations as well as freelance artists and other contractors.
Artist, manager, consultant, researcher, and instructor, George Krump has been working in arts and culture for over thirty years. Namely through the DAIGLE/SAIRE firm, he completed several terms related to cultural or professional development, human resources issues, strategic planning and synergies between organizations that share resources. He is also the chair and cofounder of Machinerie des arts.
Contact Amélie Brisson-Darveau
Vocational training coordinator
This training, offered by the Regroupement des centers d’artistes autogérés du Québec, in collaboration with the Conseil de la formation continue Arts et culture de l’Île-de-Montréal (CFC), the Société des musées du Québec, the Conseil québécois du théâtre (CQT) and the Regroupement québécois de la danse (RQD), is made possible thanks to the financial support of the gouvernement du Québec, through the Intervention-Compétences program administered by Compétence Culture.