Dr Richard Gant engages both art practice and management research in field contexts. His interests link the two areas by text publication and exhibition

(See my biography page for more information).


Publications:
The Talascape Project; Diversity of Cultures, Identifying the Dynamics of Diversity: Exclusion or Inclusion, Assimilation or Pluralism

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Learning in Organisations; Fine Art Practice and Industry, positive motivations, a model for future implementation? Lateral Learning through Fine Art Practice, associated Personnel and Organisational benefits, a derived Motivational model

The paper discusses lateral learning through Fine Art practice, derived from a three year case study. It discusses personnel and organisational benefits.

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Building Upon Action Learning for Fine Art Students and Researchers: Historical Developments and Associated Learning from a Community Case Study

The paper discusses a 3-year Fine Art placement case study at an emergent industrial site. It presents the "Action Learning technique used. Learning roles and models are examined.

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Drawing for Management, Charting Receptivity and the Motivation of Marks, Colour and Theme in Organisational Contexts and Socio Economic Groups: The Visual Receptivity of Art Images in Organisations and the Work Environment

The paper explores the dynamics of drawing in the workplace and the presentational role of marks, theme and colour in organisational and social contexts.

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