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Project Management for Cultural Enterprise (MA in Arts, Enterprise and Development)

Option Module: Project Management for Cultural Enterprise

This module establishes Project Management planning, skills and techniques, and identifies the limits and constraints of established Project Management. It fosters a critical interest in a methodologies for Project Management (for cultural enterprises), and within that context facilitates a field work situation where a new Project Management methodology can be implemented. It is expected that a live or online cultural event will be the project output.

Illustrative Bibliography

Arterial Network (2011) The project management toolkit for arts and culture, Cape Town: Arterial Network/Swedish Institute/Intercult.

Biljana, M. and Doyle, J. (2013) Sustaining Cultural Development: Unified Systems and New Governance in Cultural Life, Ashgate.

Boyer, B., Cook, J. W. and Steinberg, M. (2011) Recipies for Systemic Change, Helsinki: Helsinki design Lab/Sitra.

DfID (2002) Tools for Development: A handbook for those engaged in development activity (Version 15), London: HM Government Department for International Development.

Dobson, M. (2010) Creative Project Management, McGraw-Hill.

Duxbury, N., Hosagrahar, J, and Pascual, J. (2016) Why must culture be at the heart of sustainable urban development? Barcelona: United Cities and Local Government (UCLG).

ECCE (2014) CATALYSE workshop ‘Shaking Hans’, Dortmund: ecce.

Forbes, D. (2010) Contemporary Arts and Culture Discourse: African Perspectives, Cape Town: Arterial Network.

Forum D’Avignon and european centre for creative economy (2013) Culture is the Key: research, interaction, forum, innovation, Dortmund: ecce.
Landry, C. (2000) The Creativity City: a toolkit for urban innovators, London: Earthscan.

McMichael, P. (2012) Development and Social Change: A Global Perspective, London: Sage.

Murray, R., Caulier-Grice, J., (2010) The Open Book on Social Innovation, London: NESTA and Young Foundation.

Ruggero Golini, R., and Landoni, P. (2013) International Development Projects: Peculiarities and Managerial Approaches, Project Management Institute.

UNDP (2009) Handbook on Planning, Monitoring and Evaluating for Development Results, New York: UNDP.

UNESCO (2007) Cultural Rights: The Fribourg Declaration, Paris: UNESCO.

UNESCO/UNDP (2013) Creative Economy Report 2013: widening local development pathways, New York: United Nations.

UNIDO/UNESCO (2006) Creative Industries and Micro & Small-Scale Enterprise Development: A Contribution to Poverty Alleviation, Paris: OECD/UNIDO.

United Cities and Local Governments (2010) Culture: Fourth Pillar of Sustainable Development, UCLG Barcelona.