Author(s): Black, Ralph
Date of Publication: Dec 31, 1982

Collection of the column Black Notes which appeared in Symphony News, later Symphony magazine, from 1975 to 1983 on orchestra management, conductors, boards, audiences and other topics.

Author(s): Faulkner, Robert R.
Date of Publication: Dec 31, 1982

In his classic treatment of authority in organization, Chester I. Barnard directs attention to the persistent, stable and reproducible features of interaction in deliberately created social structures (Bernard, 1962). He focuses on the problematic features of compliance by organizational subordinates and, specifically, on the interpretive context in which directives from superiors are scrutinized, evaluated, and translated into appropriate behavior by members. In his formulation, communications are viewed as situated work contingencies: factors upon which the legitimation of authority

Author(s): Kaderlan, Norman S.
Date of Publication: Dec 31, 1981

This is a revised edition of a study first done by the author in 1970. Published by University of Wisconsin, Graduate School of Business, Center for Arts Administration. The present study seeks to explore systematically the problems and to answer them by drawing on empirical knowledge and established theories of social psychology and administrative science. Specific objectives include an examination of the activities of the arts administrator, the nature of the problems he encounters in his work, the people with whom he works, and the environment in which he functions. Common features of the

Author(s): Cornell University, Graduate School of Business and Public Administration
Date of Publication: Dec 31, 1981

This publication, Tools for Leadership: Building Cultural Partnerships, came about largely in response to todays' changes in leadership responsibility. It is intended as a primer for those who want to support the arts, who have the power to do so, yet, who may not know how the community can best benefit from the contributions they have to make, or how their leadership can be used most effectively to gain the greatest measure of public good.

Author(s): Pick, John
Date of Publication: Dec 31, 1979

Published in the U.S. by E. and F. N. Spon in association with Methuen, Inc.|In a society with increasing leisure time, the arts administrator has become a powerful figure. As a local authority leisure officer, member of the Arts Council, manager of a civic hall, arts centre, gallery or theatre, TV executive, agent, etc., he is a member of the newly recognized profession which decides what arts to present, to whom and why.

Author(s): Levitt, Theodore; Herzberg, Frederick; Katz, Robert L.; Brouwer, Paul J.; Rogers, Carl R.; Roethlisberger, F.J.; Mayer, David; Greenberg, Herbert M.; Drucker, Peter F.; Nolan, Richard L.; Magee, John F.; See Notes for additional authors
Date of Publication: Dec 31, 1974

An assemblage of articles on various aspects of management from the Harvard Business Review.

Author(s): Cross, Carol M.
Date of Publication: Dec 31, 1971

Three separate case studies A, B, and C of a situation where an organization's highly creative artistic director and the board of directors clash over avant-garde programming and community standards of good theatre.

Author(s): McManus, Drew
Date of Publication: May 15, 2019

Adaptistration is an blog on the evolution of orchestra management. This post provides a brief observation on musician's unions.

Author(s): Association of American Cultures
Date of Publication: May 15, 2019

Attendees at Open Dialogue IX began the process of crafting future arts policy for people of color in the arts.

Author(s): Sasser, Nancy; Martenson, Edward; Augsburger, Robert; Phills, James A.; Podolny, Joel M.
Date of Publication: May 15, 2019

In its inaugural issue, the contributors to the National Arts Stabilizations Journal address the profound and multi-dimensional environmental changes affecting arts organizations.