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CONTENTS Foreword Preface Introduction 1. Catalysts for Change * Clues and Cues for Change * Evolution of the Entrepreneurial Museum * Changes in Selection Criteria for Directors * Succession Planning Tension * Integrating Clues 2. Passion: Representing the Organization * Passion Makes the Difference * Flow and Pleasure in Work * Emotional Intelligence or EQ * Passion, Flow, and the Representational Role * Primary Products * Social Principles and Romanticism * People and Education * Entrepreneurship and Innovation * Constructive Discontent * Integrating Change and the Representational Role 3. Context: Creating a Place * A Model to Map Complexity * Levels of Organizational Complexity * Increasing Complexity and Changes in Context * Decision Making, Complexity, and Intuition * Intuition, Creativity, and New Contexts * Creating Collaborative Teams * Participative Leadership and Change Management * Gender Differences and the Influence on Context * Integrating Change and the Creating Context Role 4. Entrepreneurism: Selling Integrity * Maintaining Flow During Economic Shifts * Making Money by Making a Difference * Attracting Stakeholders in Social Capital * Ethical Entrepreneurs and Change Management * Coaching Staff to be Entrepreneurs * Stories About Selling Integrity * Integrating Change and the Entrepreneurial Role 5. Trust: The Director/Trustee Interface * Nurturing Relationships of Trust * Change and Role Confusion * Clarifying Governance and Stewardship * Policy Development, Financial, and Legal Responsibility * Succession Planning Issues * Integrating Change and the Nurturing Trust Role 6. Realigning: Past and Present Leadership Requirements * Realigning Position Descriptions * Tracking Change Through Position Descriptions * Realigning Remuneration with Job Complexity * Tracking Change with Professional Development * On-the-Job Development is the Favorite Option * Alternative Career Paths for Development * The Importance of Mentors * Integrating Change and Leadership Requirements 7. Action: Principles into Practice * Testing Principles in Practice * Personality Type, Self Selection, and Succession Planning * Type and Organizations in Society * Preparing for Leadership Transitions * Initiatives for Cost Effective Succession Planning * Integrating Principles and Practice for Action References Appendices * Appendix 1: Research Methodology * Appendix 2: Survey Questionnaire * Appendix 3: Research Interviews About the Author
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Art museums Management, Art museums Administration, Art museums Educational aspects, Museums Management