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Developing new alliances in higher education leadership and governance : autopoietic application of the “arts” creative capacities

By Cheryl Kerr

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This paper, underpinned by a framework of autopoietic principles of creativity/innovation and leadership/governance, argues that open forms of creativity in ‘arts’ provide opportunity for impact upon concepts of development, leadership and governance. The alliance of creativity and governance suggests that by examining various understandings of artistic experiences, readers may perceive new understandings of alliance, application and assessment of such experiences. This critical understanding would include assessing whether such experience supports people changing their aspirations as they become what they want to be. Such understanding may also suggest that different applications of the creative capacity of the ‘arts’ offers relevance in alleged ‘non-creative’ areas of academe, particularly in areas of management, leadership and governance. This alliance also offers the possibility of new staff development programs that facilitate learning and building of individual capacity, as well as facilitate congruent development process and policy, particularly within academic organisational structures

Topics: 130304 Educational Administration Management and Leadership, 130399 Specialist Studies in Education not elsewhere classified, 160104 Social and Cultural Anthropology, Autopoiesis, Governance, Creativity, Management, Development, Risk, Jazz, Innovation
Publisher: Common Ground
Year: 2004
OAI identifier: oai:eprints.qut.edu.au:35687

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