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2020/2021  BA-BSACO1002U  Service Management Foundations: Arts and Culture

English Title
Service Management Foundations: Arts and Culture

Course information

Language English
Course ECTS 7.5 ECTS
Type Mandatory
Level Bachelor
Duration One Semester
Start time of the course Autumn
Timetable Course schedule will be posted at calendar.cbs.dk
Study board
Study Board for BSc in Service Management
Course coordinator
  • Adriana Budeanu - Department of Management, Politics and Philosophy (MPP)
  • Maximilian Schellmann - Department of Management, Politics and Philosophy (MPP)
Teachers:
Ditte Vilstrup Holm (MPP)
Main academic disciplines
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Experience economy
  • Cultural studies
Teaching methods
  • Face-to-face teaching
Last updated on 31-08-2020

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Learning objectives
  • Explain and discuss the concepts and theories presented through the course
  • Analyze and discuss the structure and development of service sectors presented during the course
  • Apply concepts and models presented throughout the course to specific cases, and discuss their strengths and weaknesses
Examination
Service Management Foundations: Arts and culture:
Exam ECTS 7,5
Examination form Written sit-in exam on CBS' computers
Individual or group exam Individual exam
Assignment type Written assignment
Duration 4 hours
Grading scale 7-point grading scale
Examiner(s) One internal examiner
Exam period Winter
Aids Limited aids, see the list below:
The student is allowed to bring
  • USB key for uploading of notes, books and compendiums in a non-executable format (no applications, application fragments, IT tools etc.)
  • Non-programmable, financial calculators: HP10bll+ or Texas BA II Plus
  • In Paper format: Books (including translation dictionaries), compendiums and notes
The student will have access to
  • Access to the personal drive (S-drive) on CBS´ network
  • Advanced IT application package
Make-up exam/re-exam
Same examination form as the ordinary exam
If the number of registered candidates for the make-up examination/re-take examination warrants that it may most appropriately be held as an oral examination, the programme office will inform the students that the make-up examination/re-take examination will be held as an oral examination instead.
Course content, structure and pedagogical approach

The course presents key concepts and foundations of one of the following fields: (1) tourism and hospitality, (2) arts and culture, and (3) service innovation. Each field represents the study focus for one of the three specializations in the SEM program. The course provides a succinct yet comprehensive introduction to each specialization and field of study, by giving a general overview of service industries and their development. The course discusses the importance of services in the context of each field of study (see 1, 2, 3 above).

Description of the teaching methods
The course includes lectures, guest speakers and interactive class sessions. Forms of continuous assessment and feedback are essential parts of the course, either via student presentations, peer-to-peer feedback sessions or on-site visits outside the classroom to follow up and discuss organizations or project or theory specific challenges.
Feedback during the teaching period
Feedback (both lecture and peer-to-peer feedback will be given in class after student presentations throughout the course. Furthermore, students can get oral feedback on their learning progress in the Office hours. Feedback is given partly based on evaluation criteria similar to those you are assessed by in the final exam-presentation. It is the student´s responsibility to book time for this type of feedback with your teacher.
Student workload
Lectures 30 hours
Preparation for class and exam 166 hours
Examination 4 hours
Expected literature

Art & Culture Management:

  1. Holden, J, 2008, Democratic Culture, www.demos.co.uk
  2. Dewey, P., 2003, From Arts Management to Cultural Administration, Occasional Paper #27
  3. Cray, D., Inglis, L. & Freeman, S., 2007, Managing the Arts: Leadership and Decision Making under Dual Rationalities, The Journal of Arts Management, Law, and Society, 36:4, 295-313
  4. Danto, A., 1964, the Artworld, Journal of Philosophy 61(19): 571-584
  5. Harrington, A., 2004, Art and Social Theory, Polity, pp. 9 – 31 (master copies available in class)
  6. Jenkins, H. & Bertozzi, V., 2008, in Engaging Art The Next Great Transformation of America’s Cultural Life, Tepper, S.J. & Ivey, B. (Eds.), Routledge, pp. 171-195 (master copies available in class)
  7. Hugson, J. & Inglis, D., 2001, ‘Creative Industries’ and the arts in Britain: Towards a Third Way in Cultural Policy?, International Journal of Cultural Policy, vol. 7 pp. 457 – 478
  8. Friis Møller, S., From Disinterestedness to Engagement: Towards Relational Leadership in the Cultural Sector, pp. 128 – 133
  9. Hewison, R., 2006, Demos, Not a Sideshow: Leadership and Cultural Value – A Matrix for Change  
  10. DiMaggio, P. & Mukhtar, T., 2004, Arts participation as cultural capital in the United States, 1982:2002: Signs of decline?, Poetics 32, pp. 169 - 194


Please note, minor changes may occur. The teacher will upload the final reading list to CBS Canvas two weeks before the course starts.

Last updated on 31-08-2020