Does digital management exist? Challenges for the next generation of TV
What is the next generation of digital television? How will it be managed? And, more generally, are the principles of business management applicable to new digital organisations?
What is the next generation of digital television? How will it be managed? And, more generally, are the principles of business management applicable to new digital organizations?
Professor Eli Noam will kick off a discussion on these questions, building on two of his most recent and complementary books, entitled ‘Managing Media and Digital Organizations’ and ‘Digital and Media Management’.
This workshop will begin around the themes of these two books, initiated by a brief summary of Professor Noam’s major points and conclusion, with a focus on online TV.
This will be followed by questions and comments by respondents, and a discussion with the audience, moderated by the session’s chair, Principal of Green Templeton College, Professor Denise Lievesley.
About the speakers
Eli NoamAffiliation: Columbia Business School
Eli Noam has been Professor of Economics and Finance at the Columbia Business School since 1976, and is Garrett Professor of Public Policy and Business Responsibility. He has been the Director of the Columbia Institute for Tele-Information, the author of 33 books, and one of the key advisors to the Oxford Internet Institute, having served on its Advisory Board since its founding in 2001 through the Institute’s first decade.
His new books on digital media and organizations have been praised by a range of digital and media luminaries in academia, industry, and government. The session’s topic cross-cuts the research agendas of a number of major Oxford research institutes and departments, including Blavatnik School of Government, Oxford Internet Institute, Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism, and Saïd Business School, all of whom are collaborating on this workshop. We hope you can join the discussion.