The Eastman Case Studies Volume 3 – All 5 case studies only
Volume 3, Summer 2017 includes the following case studies:
- After Monetization: The New Recording Landscape for Artists (15 pages)
- Musical Chairs: Rostering Break of Reality (9 pages)
- Expanding Musical Explorers at Carnegie Hall (15 pages)
- My House is Your House: Groupmuse’s Revival of Chamber Music (18 pages)
- Omaha Under the Radar: Localizing an Experimental Arts Festival (11 pages)
Authors: Michael A. Anderson, Blaire K.S. Koerner, Eric M. Laprade, & Phil Pierick
Case Study Methodology
Eastman Case Studies for classroom use have three key attributes:
1. They offer an issue encountered by management in music administration, which demands a resolution or action.
2. They put the student into the business situation, creating an immersive experience that will sharpen student judgement and acumen for similar circumstances.
3. They are presented as chronologically compact scenarios, keeping to facts that bear on the case, and minimizing long histories and extraneous stories about musical arts organizations. The cases shine a light onto particular business problems and are packaged concisely for student learning.