Machiavellian Arts Management: 21st Century Advice for Contemporary Arts Managers By Terrell Carter The arts are a multi million dollar industry in the United States and abroad. With the growth of this industry has come a need for accessible and practical management literature which educates new leaders and encourages practicing administrators. Machiavellian Arts Management: Timeless Advice for 21st Century Arts Leaders provides and updated look at Machiavelli's The Prince that is not technical or outdated, but illustrates how Machiavelli's wisdom can be applied by arts managers and administrators in today's cultural climate. The book is based on the research of the author, which included interviews with contemporary arts leaders. Chapters include: Introduction The "Is" versus the "Ought" of Arts Support Why The Prince Matters Machiavelli's Philosophy as it Relates to Management The Application of Machiavelli's Philosophy The Practicality of Machiavelli's Philosophy Conclusion Art community leaders interviewed for the book were: Dion Dion, Executive Director Art St. Louis Jim Weidman, Executive Director of Arts and Education Andy Magee, former Executive Director of the Midtown Arts Center and small business owner Sarah Colby, former Dean for School of Art in Ohio
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Book Description CCD Publishing, 2007. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M0979244307