The paper “ Surplus Success for Sydney Theatre Company” is a motivating variant of case study on management. Sydney Theatre Company provides a form of evening entertainment to the people in Sydney. It has been a major force of drama in Australia since December 1978. It was an old site of the Sydney Harbour. The theater was able to bring up a program called the Greening the Wharf which was majored in the environment and nature Lesnie (2011) states. The program was able to operate beyond the infrastructure of the business and engage with the community and its workers at large.
This context will be highlighting and discussing on the Sydney Theater Company and how it displayed the open system thinking in its operations. Sydney Theatre Company offers both diverse national and international arrangements of classics collections of ridiculous writings and plays through entertainment. In reference to Zuber-Skerritt (1998), the company takes great delight in innovative leads in art and in the progress of experiments. It has a lead idea for creativity in business. It created a good management structure that facilitated them to increase in the year 2011.
The theater dwelled in making teamwork managements such as the team collaboration of Cate Blanchett and Andrew Upton. The company had three streams of art, community, and business working in relation. STC engaged in cross-promotions that were highly preferable in making positive gains. The attention of the theater became substantial to the culturally and environmental sector. According to Banham (1995), Sydney Theater Company looked into becoming a global business in its operations. The company went to an increased profit following the lead management from Cate and Upton, the company enlarged and gained an increase in the number of customers.
However, Upton and Cate still majored in their views in the effort of teamwork in reference to their employees. The management strongly believes that the company can only be beneficial if it is run by a team and not an individual manager. In reference to Clegg, Hardy, and Nord (1999), team management is focused on creating long term goals especially in making relationships to benefit the company. It majored in its programs into finding partners and sponsors such as CBA for short and long term developments in the business sector.
According to Zuber-Skerritt (1998), the Sydney opera house intended to create a theater change that could be of effect and of total impact to any event to be held. The theater intended to bring out an outstanding, unique and creative state of art. Kelly (1998) points out that the theater is an arena used to showcase the biggest celebrities in Sydney comedian, musician among others like actors. The theater is also a high level of social gathering that looked into the future of theater as a very productive business sector to venture into.
Moreover, the sponsors and partners are happy that the community is highly benefiting from the upcoming of the company at large. The company, in addition, is planning to go ahead in advancing through the media and creating a theater without any limitation to the bright future of artwork locally and internationally.