Music Business Management and Leadership

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Course Code: OMBUS-692

Accepting applications for the inaugural Sept. 2018 class!

3-Credit, Graduate Level Course

In this course, students will enhance their understanding of leadership core competencies for professional development, apply that leadership awareness to their managerial capabilities in multiple business environments, and implement change management techniques as tactical strategy for competitive advantage within the music industry. To be successful in leading people, you must understand yourself, understand the environment, and communicate a vision of where you want to go. The design of this course will position students through active participation in the course content, ongoing feedback from their fellow students and faculty, as well as critical reflection journaling and practice simulations, toward a greater mastery of their professional development as leaders and entrepreneurs in the music business.

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By the end of the course, students will be able to:

  • Explore, expand, and improve their practical approach to leadership and management
  • Assess their own personal orientation in relation to leadership
  • Analyze the role of the situation/context in leadership theory and practice
  • Synthesize applicable models of leadership into personal approach
  • Examine strategies and tactics for competitive advantage
  • Evaluate the leader’s role in constructing effective strategic and tactical initiatives
  • Be responsive to value creating as globally engaged business professionals, entrepreneurs, and leaders within the music industry
  • Apply leading theories and models of leadership to operationalize a vision in a practical business or organizational context
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