Archive: Artistic leadership
How will the multi-year wars in Iraq and Afghanistan affect the mental health of our veterans and reintegration with their families?
By Robert Goodwin | March 10, 2010; 10:53 AM ET | Comments (1)
The artist takes on the leader's dilemma but not the leader's responsibility for results.
By Columbia University students | March 9, 2010; 03:15 PM ET | Comments (15)
Like a good leader, a good movie is always educating.
By Yash Gupta | March 9, 2010; 10:53 AM ET | Comments (0)
When it comes to unrealistic war movies, there have been far worse than 'Hurt Locker.' This movie goes a long way to capturing the realities of war in the 21st century.
By Bob Schoultz | March 9, 2010; 06:35 AM ET | Comments (0)
Influence without a collective goal is simply influence or maybe even coercion, but certainly not leadership.
By Scott DeRue | March 9, 2010; 06:30 AM ET | Comments (0)
Jesus' parables are considerably more fetching than Deuteronomy's dictates.
By Ken Adelman | March 9, 2010; 06:24 AM ET | Comments (5)
'Avatar' succeeded in delivering a political message -- of anti-Americanism -- where 'Hurt Locker' failed.
By Slade Gorton | March 9, 2010; 06:19 AM ET | Comments (30)
Upton Sinclair said that he had meant to hit the country in the heart and had instead hit them in the stomach.
By Coro Fellows | March 9, 2010; 06:10 AM ET | Comments (0)
In a drama, the characters have a life of their own; in a polemic the characters move in step with an agenda.
By John Baldoni | March 9, 2010; 05:55 AM ET | Comments (0)
Bringing entertainment that is valued by the masses is often quite different from delivering a message that has societal impact.
By John H. Cochran, MD | March 9, 2010; 05:49 AM ET | Comments (0)