Boston's ICA Leadership Case Study

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Boston’s ICA Leadership Case Study for MG730 Katina King Brenau University Boston’s ICA Leadership Identification of Problems Although The Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA) of Boston was the only place dedicated to contemporary art for more than 50 year, it is having trouble growing into a pillar of the art industry (Reavis, 2010, pg.1). The main problem is the organization’s powerless leadership. According to Peter Northouse (2015), leaders must possess an effective influencing power in order to motivate followers (pg.47). The leaders prior to Jill Medvedow failed to get the local community fondly interested in contemporary art or an environment that showcases it. Therefore, there are no investors, donors, or patrons breaking down the door to fund or see the exhibits presented in the old…show more content…
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