Study Guide Week 1-6
Study Guide Week 1-6 MGT 235
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MGT 235 Arts & Entertainment Management Professor Shiwon Noh MIDTERM EXAM STUDY GUIDE GOOD LUCK Following pages of the textbook (Management and the Arts by William James Byrnes): CH. 1: 2-4, 12-19, 23-27 CH. 2: 32-39, 41-47, 50, 66-68 CH. 4: 102-107, 110-134 CH. 5: 147-165 CH. 6: 193-205 Week1: Arts Management Overview 1. Benefits of arts a. Quality-of-life outcome b. Broader societal impacts c. TED talk: How to revive a neighborhood with art 2. Level of management a. Strategic-level: overall operation b. Managerial (middle)-level: bridge between the two c. Operation-level: day to day 3. Types of Managers a. General: managing director b. Functional: production manager c. Frontline: wardrobe master, master carpenter, head sound technician 4. Primary function of management a. Planning: deciding how to achieve a goal b. Organizing: converting plan into a course of action c. Leading: motivating/encouraging workers to achieve the goal d. Controlling: deciding if it is or isn’t getting done and what to do if it isn’t monitoring the progress of the project ABC Opera Company (pp 24-25) *** - Goal to seek some funding, small touring program to widen the company’s audience (planning) - Setting up an ad hoc touring department (organizing) - Director provides an overall timetable/ explains the new operation fits into the organization (leading) - Meeting to pinpoint problems/ consider solution, monitoring (controlling) Week 2: Arts Managers 1. Six basic functions of arts managers a. Planning/ development b. Marketing/ public relation c. Personnel management/ labor relations d. Fiscal relations e. Board relations f. Government relations 2. What skills are needed a. Leadership b. Budgeting c. Team building d. Fund-raising e. Communication skill/writing f. Marketing/audience development g. Financial/ management h. Aesthetic/ artistic sense NY Times article: One Year Later 3. Evolution of arts managers TED talk: The arts festival revolution 4. Creative Place-making a. Challenges b. Examples 5. Creating an arts organization a. For-profit - Legal types - Sole proprietorship - Partnership - Limited liability corporation (LLC) b. Non-profit - Not pursuing profit beyond reasonable compensation for services - Shareholder= the public - Arts organization are typically 501©3 c. Incorporation - Incorporation is a body, legal “person” in the eyes of the law - Why do you need to incorporate your business? –to protect the people in your business and the business doesn’t have to end only to one individual name but it’s infinite. - How do you incorporate your business? - - Certificate (article of incorporate) - - Bylaw - - Board of directors (they have the power) d. Business Plan - Business plan: a road map towards your business - Business plan is needed because it’s a start up and help convince investors, banks, family your plan is doable and how to much money the business will make Week 3: Adaptive Arts Organizations 1. External environment: - Economic: interest rates, tax legislation, exchange rate, inflation, terrorist attack, natural disaster, etc… - Political and Legal: changes in law and regulations may affects arts organization budget - Cultural and Social: Belief, attitudes, and value of our society - Demographics: profile of vital statistic of society - Education: Level of education, arts attendance - Technological: Digital download and live streaming a. TED talk: Building a museum of museums on the web b. NY times: Touring can’t save musicians in the age of Spotify 2. Information sources Audience Other Arts groups Board/Staff member Media Professional associations Consultants Week 4: Planning and the Arts 1. Definition of making a plan: Your plan must answer the question: must answer why your question to support your mission of the organization (starting point) WHY, WHERE, WHEN, WHO, WHAT, HOW 2. 3 benefit or planning a. Overall direction b. Funding application c. Volatile environment 3. Types of Plan a. Strategic planning: A handful of decision for organizational success in the next few years (long term) b. Operational planning: Focused on details and short term activities that support the strategic plan c. Single-use plan: plans for unique events that do not recur d. Standing-use plan: plans for events that do recur frequently called rerun plan 4. Strategic planning process a. Organizational analysis: - Mission analysis - Resource analysis - Situation analysis Resource analysis: - Do we have people with necessary skills? - Do we have the facilities, money, and other resources needed to make our plans work? - Do we have the ability to monitor progress and make corrections as we proceed? SWOT analysis: Internal Factors: Strengths/ Weakness - Human Resources - Physical Resources - Financial Resources - Reputation - Activities and Program External Factors: Opportunities/ Threats - Economy - Potential external funding sources - Demographics - Legislation - Local, regional, international events b. Formulate Strategies - Stability strategy - Growth strategy - Retrenchment strategy (elimination) or Combination strategy: the direction in which the whole organization intend to move c. Goals, Objective, and Action plans Goals- strategy Object: specific methods stating how to fulfill the goals Actions plan: concrete steps in allocation of human, financial, and equipment resources to meet the object Week 5: Organizing and the Arts 1. Organizing: Process of assigning tasks, allocating resources, and coordinating the activities of individuals and group to accomplish goals 2. Two theories of organizing a. Woodward’s theory: Technology such as small-batch, large-batch, continuous determines the best organizing structure b. Burns & Stalker’s Theory: environment stability determines the best organizing structure such as mechanic vs. organic Mechanistic structure involves - Division of labor: saves time, enhances expertise but not nature of task, purpose of task - Bureaucracy: creativity, adaptation to unanticipated events, bottom-up communication c. Formal Organizational chart - Division of work - Sub-units - Supervisory relations - Lines of communications - Level of management d. Informal Network Chart Study Hard and Good Luck !!!!!!
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