Concertmaster, Orchestra, Conducting
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Concertmaster, Orchestra, Conducting


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This case looked at how not having one person in charge of a group can be beneficial to the entire group. In normal businesses and groups there is general a single person in charge, whether they are considered the boss, or with the main focus of this case, a conductor. This case examines the Orpheus orchestra and the way that they run the orchestra. What makes they different from others is that they do not have a conductor that dictates the entire orchestra, rather, everyone has a say. The group started out with people who had gone to music school and coming out they decided that they were not willing to give up their musical creativity and always be under the leadership of another person. So they created this group and decided that every person would have a say in every piece of music

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