Frameworks for engaging creative practice in bureaucratised project environments

Pyle, David N. (2015) Frameworks for engaging creative practice in bureaucratised project environments. Professional Doctorate by Creative Works, Queensland University of Technology.

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Abstract

This project examines procurement of creative services in a bureaucratic setting and proposes alternative procedures that better negotiate the tensions between creative and bureaucratised ways of working. The outcome is a project procurement strategy called 'Creative Practice Enabled Procurement' and a prototype industry toolkit 'It's Not Shopping! A Guide to Purchasing Innovation and Creativity'. The research is of benefit to managers and creative practitioners, especially those working in interpretive settings. The goal is to propagate better forms of creative procurement across government and private sectors by providing an evidence-based case for improved, practical alternatives.

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ID Code: 87268
Item Type: QUT Thesis (Professional Doctorate by Creative Works)
Supervisor: Graham, Philip, Hearn, Greg, Murphy, Tom, & Parsons, Jonathan
Keywords: creative procurement, creative practice, creativity, innovation, procurement, bureaucracy, interpretive centre, museum
Divisions: Current > QUT Faculties and Divisions > Creative Industries Faculty
Current > Schools > School of Media, Entertainment & Creative Arts
Institution: Queensland University of Technology
Deposited On: 17 Dec 2015 02:20
Last Modified: 12 May 2016 00:27

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