MA Public Lecture 2013 - The Museum as Leadership Hub in a Complex World





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Published on May 23, 2013

The 2013 Museums Aotearoa Lecture was delivered in Hamilton on 10 April, 2013 by Professor Brad Jackson, Fletcher Building Education Trust Chair in Leadership, University of Auckland.

New Zealand has the potential to become a global 'testing ground' for the new leadership practices, models and processes that the world needs in order to respond effectively to the complex man-made and natural challenges that are increasing in frequency and in intensity. Drawing on the latest insights from leadership research and practice, Brad will make the case for Museums to act as critical leadership hubs in galvanising place-based adaptive leadership.

Professor Jackson has researched, taught and written about leadership in cultural institutions, including teaching on the former He Kahui Kakakura museum leadership programme. He co-curated 'The Power of Portraiture' exhibition which showed at the Gus Fisher Gallery and New Zealand Portrait Gallery in 2008-09. He is currently writing a book chapter on museum leadership.


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