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European Institute for Advanced Studies in Management EIASM

December 14-15, 2015
5th Workshop on Managing Cultural Organizations
Bologna, Italy
Topics: - The impact of the financial crisis on arts organizations. - Human resource management in a new institutional context: threats, fears and opportunities. - Managing the heritage chain from archaeological discovery to museum access. - National variations and commonalities in managing arts and cultural organizations. - Western-centrism and "the rest of the world": open issues and perspectives. - The role of international agencies and their impact in the preservation/disappearance of local specificities. - Organisational innovation: governance structures, operating mechanisms and social processes. - Product quality and economic viability: professional and managerial standards. - The process of social construction of notions of efficiency and effectiveness in art organisations. - Profitability, self-financing, autonomy, or simply accountability: the problematic application of common managerial concepts to arts non-profit organisations. - Privatisation, outsourcing, re-organisation beyond ideologies. - Partnerships between institutions, local and international, and their management. In reality, who leads? - Marketing orientation and the aesthetic/historic/professional point of view. - Value creation in the arts and creative industry. - New trends in the sociology of cultural consumption: the 'Experience Economy', excess capacity and market saturation. - Externalities, aggregate cost/benefit logic, and the managerial conduct of the individual organisation. - The difficult triangulation: professionals, arts policies and management discourses. - Pitfalls and degenerative impacts of the introduction of managerial and economic views for the survival of arts organisations. - Policies and practices and the issue of the level of analysis: between individual organizations, clusters, and urban and regional developments. Special track on Industrial Heritage: Are we making the most of our glorious past? An assessment of the current state of industrial archaeology sites. [gem?_?? den Informationen des Anbieters - according to site editor's information]
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