Despite the growing economic and cultural importance of artistic institutions, relatively little is known about how aesthetic concerns and the demands of artistic production influence administrative roles. In this article, we investigate the strategic decision-making process in a varied sample of Canadian arts organizations, concentrating on the issues that emerge as crucial for the organization and the individuals and groups that participate in the decision-making process.

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Keywords arts management, strategic decisions, strategy
Persistent URL dx.doi.org/10.1080/10632921.2011.573444
Journal Journal of Arts Management Law and Society
Citation
Cray, D, & Inglis, L. (Loretta). (2011). Strategic decision making in arts organizations. Journal of Arts Management Law and Society, 41(2), 84–102. doi:10.1080/10632921.2011.573444