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This is a dynamic module, where students are expected to take part in analysis of real  world examples using information gained by direct observation.
The module considers the issues that practising cultural managers are likely to encounter within their organisations and contributes to an awareness of a framework of the general competencies required by a cultural manager.
The environmental context of the cultural sector and the support structures available to professionals working in the sector, including central government and regional agencies are explored.
Students will be provided with opportunities to develop an understanding of the complexities and challenges that can occur within cultural management situations. Also the processes of critically assessing and analysing situations that may not be clear cut, may contain shifting perspectives and possibilities and may require judgements to be made on partial evidence within cultural sector context.
Throughout the module students will work individually and in groups on a series of non assessed formative tasks which will help to develop the knowledge and skills needed for the single 4,000 word summative assessment at the end of the module.
 
MODULE AIMS
 
•To provide an overview of the environment in which a cultural manager operates.
•To provide an awareness of the techniques which cultural managers need.
•To critically examine the issues which a cultural manager has to deal with, and how those issues are affected by the political, economic, social and environmental context of the cultural sector policies of government and non government agencies.
•To contribute to a framework of general management competencies required for the running of a cultural business.
LEARNING OUTCOMES:
 
•Understand the role and function of a cultural manager in relation to sector policy, and organisational management.
•Understand the use of financial information for decision making purposes.
•Be able to critically analyse organisations in order to select and use appropriate management methods for effective management of a cultural organisation.
•To understand the current issues and policies, and environmental context of the cultural sector, and how they may impact upon cultural management practice.
 
SYLLABUS
 
Rationale for organisation in the cultural sector
Philosophy,
Policy and Support
Legal basis of organisations
Organisational form and governance
Accounting
Individual difference and work performance
Motivation and Job design
Managing Groups
Groups
Leadership
Managing Organisational Processes
Organisational structure
Organisational culture
Decision making, communication and conflict
Organisational change
 
READING LIST (in order of importance)
 
Rollinson D, Organisational Behaviour and Analysis, Prentice Hall, 2002
French R, Rayner C, Rees G, Rumbles S, Organisational Behaviour, Wiley, 2008
Chong, D, Arts Management, Routledge. 2002.
Dyson, J.R. Accounting for Non-Accounting Students (6th ed) Pitman 2004.
Selwood, S, (ed), The UK Cultural Sector, PSI, 2001.
 
TEACHING AND LEARNING STRATEGY
 
Teaching and learning is supported using the e-learning portal. For distance learning students all teaching and learning activity takes place within the e-learning space in addition to the content management of teaching and learning materials in the form of lectures and seminars full advantage of the various functions are used to enhance and support the learning experience including discussion boards, blogs, interactive tasks, phased introduction of materials/tasks and communication across student cohorts (both campus and distance).
For campus based students teaching and learning takes place primarily in lectures, seminars and group critiques all of these activities are supported through the e-learning portal with additional teaching material, discussion boards, blogs and interactive tasks.
The module will be delivered through a range of teaching and learning methods, including seminars, guest speakers, case studies and practical exercises, and where possible guest speakers and visits. This is a dynamic module, where students are expected to take part in analysis of real world examples using information gained by direct observation. A structure of directed and guided learning linked to class based exercises will assist the student to construct knowledge and understanding of the subject.
 
 
ASSESSMENT STRATEGY
 
 Formative assessment and rationale for tasks
The structure of directed and guided learning linked to class based formative exercises will assist the student to construct an understanding of the organisational management.
Summative Assessment
Throughout the module students will work individually and in groups on a series of non assessed formative tasks which will help to develop the knowledge and skills needed for the single 4,000 word summative assessment at the end of the module.
 
Feedback strategy
Within the seminars the tutor will provide oral feedback where appropriate relating to individual and team working, communication, research, performance, knowledge, analysis and transferable skills.
Summative feedback will be provided in writing to students within three weeks of the submission date and this will be individual focused feedback. In addition, generic module based feedback will be circulated to all students within the same timescale. All feedback will be provided in the context of assessment criteria provided to the students at the start of the module
Assessment Brief
Your final assignment is a  4,000 word analysis of an organisation of your choice. the analysis should take account of context, mission, product and all aspects of organisation; as well as the interaction between these factors. You will be expected to relate theory to practice, and to be analytical rather than merely descriptive. You must fully reference your text, and include a bibliography written according to the Harvard system.
这是一个动态的模块,学生们将参加在分析现实世界的例子,利用直接观察获得的信息。
本模块考虑的问题,实践文化管理人员可能会遇到他们的组织内,并有助于文化经理人的一般能力要求的框架意识。
环境背景下,文化部门,在该部门工作的专业人员,包括中央和区域机构的支持结构进行了探索。
将提供学生有机会发展在文化管理的情况下可能发生的复杂性和挑战的理解。过程中审慎评估和分析的情况下,可能并不明确,也可能包含转移的观点和可能性,并且可能需要在文化部门的情况下对部分证据做出判断。
整个模块的学生将个人和团体的一系列非评估形成的任务,这将有助于发展需要的知识和技能,为单4000字的总结性评估模块年底。
 
模块的目的
 
•文化经理工作的环境中,提供了一个概述。
•提供技术,文化管理者需要的意识。
•要认真审视文化经理的问题来处理,这些问题是如何受到政治,经济,社会和环境的背景下,文化部门的政府和非政府机构的政策。
•一般管理能力,的文化业务运行所需的框架。
学习成果:
 
•了解文化管理部门政策的作用和功能,以及组织管理。
•了解财务信息供决策使用。
•能够批判性地分析组织文化组织进行有效的管理以便选择和使用适当的管理方法。
•要了解当前存在的问题和政策,文化部门和​​环境背景,他们可能会如何影响文化的管理实践。
 
教学大纲
 
在文化部门组织的理由
哲学
政策和支持
组织的法律基础
组织形式和治理
会计
个性差异及工作表现
动机与工作设计
管理组
领导
管理组织流程
组织结构
组织文化
决策,沟通和冲突
组织变化
 
阅读清单(按重要性排列)
 
罗林森D,组织行为与分析,Prentice Hall出版社,2002年
法国R,雷纳里斯C,G,S,隆隆组织行为学,Wiley出版社,2008
冲,D,艺术管理,Routledge出版社。 2002年。
戴森非会计专业的学生,​​JR会计(第6版)2004年皮特曼。
Selwood,S(ED),英国文化领域,PSI,2001。
 
教学和学习策略
 
支持教学和学习使用的网上学习平台。远程学习的学生所有的教学和学习活动,除了到内容管理的教学和学习形式的讲座和研讨会,充分利用各种功能材料,电子学习空间内发生的用于加强和支持的学习经验包括讨论板,博客,互动的任务,学生人群(校园和距离)之间分阶段引入材料/任务和通信。
校园为基础的教学与学习的学生主要发生在支持所有这些活动都是通过网上学习平台,补充教材,讨论板,博客和互动任务的讲座,研讨会和小组批评。
该模块将通过一系列的教学和学习方法,包括研讨会,主讲嘉宾,案例研究和实际练习,并在可能的情况下,演讲嘉宾和参观。这是一个动态的模块,学生们将参加在分析现实世界的例子,利用直接观察获得的信息。连接到基于类的练习指导和引导学习的结构将协助学生建构知识和理解的主题。
 
 
评估战略
 
 形成性评估和任务的理由
与基于类的形成性练习的指导和引导学习的结构将有助于学生构建组织管理的理解。
总结性评估
整个模块的学生将个人和团体的一系列非评估形成的任务,这将有助于发展需要的知识和技能,为单4000字的总结性评估模块年底。
 
反馈策略
内的研讨会,导师将提供口头反馈,适当的有关个人和团队工作,沟通,研究,业绩,知识,分析和可转移的技能。
总结性的反馈将提供三个星期内提交日以书面形式向学生,这将是个人集中反馈。此外,基于通用模块的反馈将被分发给所有的学生在同一个时间尺度。该模块在开始向学生提供的评估准则的上下文中,将提供所有的反馈
评估简介
您的最终分配是一个4000字的分析您所选择的组织。分析的背景下,使命,产品和组织各方面的考虑,以及这些因素之间的相互作用。你将被要求与理论到实践,分析,而不是仅仅描述。您必须充分引用您的文字,包括参考书目根据哈佛系统编写的。