This thesis sets out to examine how the cultural institution Gimle in Roskilde utilises elements of creative leadership to run the organisation which is mainly driven by volunteers. By tapping into three theoretical areas of leadership; entertainment management, creative leadership and volunteer leadership, it builds an understanding of the mechanics of leading creative volunteers in the entertainment segment. The thesis focuses mainly on the aspects of leadership concerning the volunteers directly, such as motivation, environment and values to name a few. To gain knowledge of Gimles leadership, the thesis utilises interviews of two people in leadership positions at Gimle; Lars Sloth, Daily manager and Joseph Bell, event manager. The analysis is based on the theoretical summary and the interviews and draws a picture of the strengths and weaknesses of Gimles leadership and the use of creative leadership. In the end the conclusion draws up a summary of what other organisations might learn from Gimle way of doing things.
|Uddannelser||Performance-design, (Bachelor/kandidatuddannelse) Kandidat|
|Udgivelsesdato||2 sep. 2013|
|Vejledere||Jens Friis Jensen|
- Kreativ ledelse