Impactful projects are what DFA is all about. To support projects and create a collaborative studio you need great people who know how they can help! By setting up leadership structure and roles, you are clarifying responsibilities, keeping each other accountable, and most of all, reducing the workload of everyone to make leading DFA rewarding and fun.
Output: Set leadership structure and leadership team with a clear understanding of their roles and tasks.
Six studios came together to talk about leadership training and transitions for the monthly group call. Some of the key takeaways from the conversations were:
DFA NU’s leadership structure w/ roles descriptions of 6 leads (2014-2015). Download here!
DFA Alabama’s studio leadership structure (2015-2016). View here.
DFA RISD|Brown’s leadership structure (2014-2015). View here.
DFA MSU’s leadership structure (2015-2016). View here.