Management of Art-project teams under conditions of high instability

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DOI:

https://doi.org/10.36690/2674-5208-2022-1-99

Keywords:

project, creative sphere, creative project, creative event, creative activity, art projects, art project risks, risk, risk management, specificity of art projects, distributed projects, weak formalization

Abstract

This section of the monograph discusses the formation and management of the project team, taking into account the psychological characteristics of each team member and clarifying their further impact on project implementation. This is especially important for art projects, where the team is creatively gifted people with certain psychological aspects, which are inherent in talented individuals. Identifying and analyzing the special traits that are usually inherent in creative people will greatly help the project manager to understand the needs and opportunities of each team member, his motivations and fears and create conditions for the full disclosure of each talent. This knowledge is necessary in order to create a coordinated teamwork that will be the key to the success of any art project, regardless of its complexity and size.

An analysis was conducted to determine the degree of interest of a creatively gifted person in various forms of activity of the art project. It was found that she was not interested in the organizational work of the project in general. The artist is fully absorbed in the creative process of creating a product. But organizational issues remain out of the creative person's attention only until the organization of the project activity is directly related to the schedule of its work, the quality of materials or equipment with which it must work. In accordance with the peculiarities of art projects and the psychological characteristics of their stakeholders, a classification of key risks of art projects has been developed. Identified risks associated with distributed projects. Given these risks, the project manager needs to build the project management process in such a way as to minimize the risks to the project management goals, namely to manage the project management in such a way as to obtain a product of a certain quality on time and within the allocated budget.

Author Biography

Iryna Rybalko, KROK University

PhD student of the Management Technologies Department, “KROK” University, Kyiv, Ukraine

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2022-03-30

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Rybalko, I. (2022). Management of Art-project teams under conditions of high instability. Economics, Finance and Management Review, (1), 99–111. https://doi.org/10.36690/2674-5208-2022-1-99

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Chapter 3. Modern management technologies