James Abruzzo: Arts Management lecturer, author and leader
Faculty Insight: James Abruzzo’s opinion piece argues that Congress is behind the times on business policy. June 4, 2014. Referenced from www.mycentraljersey.com. Read James’ opinion piece here.
Social responsibility is smart business, Opinion: NJ Star Ledger, April 18, 2013 (Read)
On April 9, 2011 the Institute of Museum Ethics (Seton Hall University) in partnership with the Institute for Ethical Leadership (Rutgers University-Newark) held a conference on Museums, Ethics, and the Press. James Abruzzo was one of the key participants:
“Inviting James as a speaker for our conference about abilities and requirements for managers and future developments was definitely the right decision, since James is extremely knowledgeable and experienced in terms of the nonprofit sector. We received great feedback from the audience and are looking forward to seeing James again this year.” Sophie Winckler, Registrar / Exhibition Manager at Martin-Gropius-Bau Berlin, Germany, hired James as a conference speaker in 2008.
The Future of the Nonprofit Sector in China, January 22, 2010. James spoke at a luncheon of the American Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong about the future of the nonprofit sector in Hong Kong and Mainland China, comparing it with that of the United States and Europe. In the speech, he drew parallels between the leadership challenges that occurred in the nonprofit sectors in the United States and Europe and offered predictions about what is likely to occur in Hong Kong and China. He also offered some immediate steps that may address the inevitable growth of the sector in Hong Kong and China. The content of the talk is based on interviews with many nonprofit executives in Hong Kong over a period of eighteen months, a review of various research reports and government documents and draws upon his thirty years’ experience as an executive search consultant and commentator in the field. This essay is adapted from that speech.
Teaching Leadership for Public Service: Dr. Joe Cerami chaired a roundtable discussion on at John Jay College of the City University of New York, for the Second Annual Northeast Conference on Public Administration (NECoPA 2011). The roundtable included James Abruzzo, the co-founder of the Institute for Ethical Leadership at the Rutgers Business School (RBS), and Jeanne Marie Col of John Jay College and formerly the United Nations Senior Interregional Adviser in Governance and Public Administration. The Conference theme was on Building Trust and Confidence in the Public Service.
James Abruzzo provides panel remarks for the 6th Science Centre World Congress.
Friend of the Barnes Evelyn Yaari responds via email to a post about the difference it would make if the Delaware River Port Authority rescinded its $500,000 in funding for the Barnes’ move to Philadelphia. The Art Law Blog, May 26, 2009, Donn Zaretsky. “The only study we have seen is The Abruzzo Case Analysis, by Professor James Abruzzo, which calls the Philadelphia Barnes plan ‘highly risky.’ That was in 2004 – before the current climate of extreme uncertainty.” (Read)
James is guest presenter at 2009 NJ Historic Preservation Conference. View Conference list of speakers here.
EU Consult Conference – James Abruzzo participation, June, 2008. The EU Consult Conference was held in Rome from Friday, June 20th through Sunday, June 22nd, 2008. The leadership of the group should be congratulated for their wise choice of location – Rome was more exquisite than this correspondent has ever experienced – and the hospitality of Pasquale Pesce (conference host) and Dr. Franco Pavancello, President of John Cabot University, where the meetings convened, were outstanding. (Read)
Managing The American Way: Culture and Entrepreneurship in the USA. Delivered by James Abruzzo at the Unternehmen Kultur & Medien, May 18/19, 2001; Berlin Germany. (Read)
Public Private Partnerships in the Arts in the United States, The public policy of support for the arts, Presented to the University of Michigan, 2004. James explores the partnership of the nonprofit arts and government sectors in the United States and describes why this form of public policy is beneficial to the arts organizations and to the general population. And how, this public policy engages the non-arts patrons and the commercial sector to create a sophisticated and very robust “arts ecosystem.” (Read)
James Abruzzo quoted in New Hope Free Press article, New Hope Borough Council President Risks Appearance Of Conflict Of Interest By Not Recusing Herself From Review Of Project Next Door. June 16, 2014. Read article here.