Table of contents for Leading with passion : change management in the 21st-century museum / Sherene Suchy.

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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				
* Appendix 1: Research Methodology
* Appendix 2: Survey Questionnaire
* Appendix 3: Research Interviews
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Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Art museums Management, Art museums Administration, Art museums Educational aspects, Museums Management