Publication type: Conference paper
Type of review: Peer review (abstract)
Title: Leading modern arts and cultural organizations : what roles does it take?
Authors: Labaronne, Leticia
Müller, Andrea
Proceedings: AIMAC 2017
Conference details: 14th International Conference on Arts and Cultural Management AIMAC, Beijing, 24-28 Juni 2017
Issue Date: 2017
Publisher / Ed. Institution: Peking University
Publisher / Ed. Institution: Beijing
ISBN: 978-7-900845-18-4
Language: English
Subjects: Organizational behavior; Leadership; Management role
Subject (DDC): 658.4: Executive Management
Abstract: The literature on leadership, non-profit, and arts management have discussed many topics in relation to the leading of arts and cultural organizations (ACOs) such as leadership style or leadership structure. The question concerning what today’s leaders in the arts and cultural sector actually do, how they interpret their roles and which implicit theories and concepts underlie their behavior has been less investigated. This paper aims to further understand leadership in the nonprofit arts and cultural sector by investigating the management roles that leaders take up. Thereby, we draw on Mintzberg's Management Roles and approach research with a qualitative design, conducting in-depth interviews for data collection. Our findings suggest that leaders in ACOs mostly take up roles related to interpersonal exchange and decision-making as well as, increasingly, self-leadership and self-management roles that we cluster under a (new) “personal” category, which is not foreseen in the traditional roles proposed by Mintzberg.
URI: https://digitalcollection.zhaw.ch/handle/11475/12955
Fulltext version: Published version
License (according to publishing contract): Licence according to publishing contract
Departement: School of Management and Law
Organisational Unit: Center for Arts Management (ZKM)
Institute for Organizational Viability (IOV)
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