Dance, Organization, and Leadership
Organizational Aesthetics Cover Issue Vol. 5(1)

How to Cite

Biehl-MissalB., & SpringborgC. (2015). Dance, Organization, and Leadership. Organizational Aesthetics, 5(1), 1-10. Retrieved from


The word dance does not only refer to an art form. It also refers to culturally shaped bodily practices, which have been used for a broad range of purposes from socialising to therapeutic exploration. Being at once art form, social practice, and tool for exploration and discovery, dance has many interesting applications in organizational development and organizational studies. We have been curious about the potential of dance and in this first special issue on this interdisciplinary topic we offer nine papers that work with the topics of dance, organisation and leadership.