ARTS ADMINISTRATION AND MANAGEMENT: A GUIDE FOR ADMINISTRATORS AND THEIR STAFFS
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10 AUG 1987
The book takes general management concepts and proves that they are applicable to all forms of the arts be they visual or performing. It gives life to the often vague and abstract writings in management by the use of art organization examples. This is a good introductory text on the management of the arts and puts the entire management process into perspective. James E. Suelflow, Professor and Director, Arts Administration Program, Indiana University The primary function of Professor Shore's practical handbook is to help arts administrators create conditions for successful collaboration by integrating management know-how with the special needs and values of an arts organization. Designed for maximum user convenience, the book presents numerous examples, graphic aids, and anecdotes that help the reader understand and retain important principles and methods.
Preface Prologue Part One: General Concepts of Management and of Arts Administration An Overview of Management and of Arts Administration Management and Arts Administration as Systems of Decision-Making Functions Part Two: The Planning Function Planning: Specifying Objectives Formulating Policies, Preparing Forecasts, and Drawing Up Plans Part Three: The Organizing Function Organizing: Creating a Work System Boards Part Four: The Staffing Function Staffing: Providing Employment Opportunities Training and Development Part Five: The Leadership Function Leadership: General Concepts and Styles Communication and Motivation Part Six: The Control Function Control: Measures, Standards, and Deviations Exercising Control in Practice Epilogue Glossary of Terms Bibliography Index of Names Index of Organizations Subject Index