Social Network Analysis has been used effectively in program evaluation (Eisenberg & Swanson, 1996; Fujimoto, Valente & Pentz, 2009), information management and innovations diffusion (Valente, 1995; Kraatz, 1998; Ahuja, 2000), the study of the evolution of community coalitions (Feinberg, Riggs & Greenberg, 2005; Wendel et al., 2010) and as a tool tool to build organizational capacity (Nowel & Foster-Fishman, 2010). In this study, we analyzed six types of relationships among 32 cultural organizations in the performing arts sector in Andalusia. This set of organizations of the Performing Arts in Andalusia form a core-periphery structure. The central space is articulated around a triad of three entities characterized, respectively, by (a) managing resources for training, (b) coordinating the professional association and (c) deploying an active role in the production of shows in recent years. Through cluster analysis we identified four subsets. Each cluster is composed by organizations that have displayed different relational strategies and have different characteristics. The results were presented to representatives of organizations in a focus group. Finally we present the participants' reactions.
|Título traducido de la contribución||Partnerships and collaborative networks between organizations for Performing Arts in Andalusia|
|Número de páginas||19|
|Estado||Publicada - jul. 2013|
|Publicado de forma externa||Sí|
- Core-periphery structure
- Inter-organizational networks
- Performing arts