Date of Award
Bachelor of Arts
Dr. Gill R. Hickman
Dr. Kristin Bezio
The purpose of this study was to improve the development of performing arts facilities by maximizing participants’ combined capabilities and expertise through collaborative leadership. A single case study methodology was employed to examine the extent to which connective leadership, a form of collaborative leadership, was used in the development of Richmond CenterStage. Fourteen participants representing several involved organizations were interviewed and completed the Achieving Styles Inventory. Data analysis supported the hypothesis that connective leadership was not used in the facility’s development, and could have been used to improve the process through incorporation of diverse viewpoints of all interdependent participants.
WIles, Alexandra Taylor, "The role of collaborative leadership in the development of performing arts facilities" (2012). Honors Theses. 64.