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A Certified Management Consultant (CMC), Webb has been an active speaker and published writer on arts management and the development, operation and financing of arts facilities. In January 2005, Webb's Running Theaters: Best Practices for Managers and Leaders was published, the first book ever written on the management of performing arts facilities. He contributed to the landmark University of Chicago cultural facility research project Set in Stone: Building America’s Next Generation of Arts Facilities (1994-2008) and the resulting book, Building for the Arts; The Strategic Design of Cultural Facilities by Peter Frumkin and Ana Kolendo. Duncan was a professor in New York University's Graduate Program in Performing Arts Administration for more than 20 years. He regularly blogs for The Clyde Fitch Report.
Webb Management Services' core staff has professional experience as producers, presenters, performers, finance managers, educators and/or fundraisers as well as training in business and finance, providing a thorough understanding of the creative and operational functions of arts and cultural organizations. The firm maintains an office in New York City.
To learn more about Webb Management Services, visit http://www.webbmgmt.org.