本文主要讲述的是文化领域的不同领导实践，许多研究人员认为，在文化部门中发挥领导作用至关重要。人们已经认识到，文化领域的领导是文化领导的一种形式。由于不同的人有许多不同的做法，领导层在整个文化部门中被确立为极其重要的(Hewison et al.， 2010)。文化领域有两种截然不同的领导实践。第一种是通过确保文化组织的法律、人力资本和财务生存能力来进行有能力的组织管理(Hewison和Holden, 2011)。本篇美国英语语言学论文代写文章由美国论文通AssignmentPass辅导网整理，供大家参考阅读。
The action of leading within the cultural sector is seen by many researchers as highly critical and essential. It has been realised that the leadership in cultural sector is a form of cultural leadership. The leadership is established as extremely important across the cultural sector as there are multitude of practices entailing different people (Hewison et al., 2010). There are two distinct leadership practices in cultural sector. The first one is associated with competent organizational management of cultural organization through ensuring the legal, human capital and financial viability (Hewison and Holden, 2011). The second is linked with the leadership of culture through developing projects and work that showcases different feeling, thinking and expressions to the world and brings dynamism to the community and economy. Hence, the arts organization namely Australian Centre for Contemporary Art (ACCA) is discussed within the case study analysis.
Hence, a social-entrepreneurial role is played by the management of the ACCA. It has been identified that the artists by their very nature are unable to consider that financial and practical aspects associated with their artistic endeavours. This creates a problem of practicality and financial feasibility associated with the work and the overall value (Radbourne, 2003). Therefore, the ACCA provides internal leadership to the associated artists by providing them with the guidance on the managerial, administrative and financial components of the creative processes. Furthermore, a critical role is played by the ACCA to showcase the internal leadership across the preparation and planning for the resources required to conduct the exhibitions and conventions (Rentschler, 2014). Moreover, a wide range of activities across ACCA required scheduling of the staffing due to which the management ensures that the work/life balance is maintained across the workforce and a systematic breakdown of the work is performed to ensure that the work load related to the projects, events, exhibitions and general sales are equally divided.