Comparing strategic management of government-owned and private cultural organizations in Hong Kong
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AbstractThis paper analyzes and compares a government-owned and a private cultural organization in Hong Kong. Comparisons focus on their corporate governance, organization structure and strategic management. There are debates about whether government-owned cultural organizations can help cultural development in a community while on the other hand there are private cultural organizations voiced out the hardship to achieve sustainable development and keep the operation running. Based on the comparisons and the operation experiences of the two types of cultural organizations, the paper addresses the issues concerning the role of government in art and cultural development in the region and the survival strategies of private cultual organizations. These issues throw some lights on planning cultural policy on government level and sustainable management on organization level.
All Author(s) ListSiu-lun LEE
Journal nameJournal of Culture, Society and Development
Volume Number12
Pages13 - 22
LanguagesEnglish-United States

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