In the 21st century, there is an enormous need worldwide for a basic knowledge of management in the cultural sector. Art Management Entrepreneurial Style provides this fundament; it is the result of more than 15 years of experience at the Utrecht School of the Arts. This knowledge fills the existing gap between general management theory and cultural praxis. It helps students, teachers, artists and practical art managers in translating management theory into successful cultural organizations.
Cases from a local perspective, examples of the latest developments and a lot of practical exercises from all corners of the earth give this handbook a real international content. The last part of this book includes an intrepid study of the future. Here intercultural network competences will be the key to the survival of artistic workers and art managers in a cultural Global Village that will be dominated by the digital revolution and artainment in a diversified context.
Giep Hagoort (1948) studied Law at the Utrecht University and received a Ph.D. in Economics from the The Netherlands Business School of Nyenrode University. Giep Hagoort has participated in seminars of world famous researchers such as Igor Ansoff, Peter F. Drucker and Herny Mintzberg and has served as visiting professor at the Jagiellonian University (Krakow), University of the Witwatersrand (Johannesburg) and the New York University. His books discuss cultural entrepreneurship, cultural strategic management, cultural projects and cultural policy.