Management for the Digital Domain I
King's College London
Area of Study
Management Science, Media Studies
Taught In English
Course Level Recommendations
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Recommended U.S. Semester Credits4
Recommended U.S. Quarter Units6
Hours & Credits
Module description: This module aims to introduce students to the theoretical and practical principles of management when it is specifically located in and related to a digital domain. This module links to the optional Year Three module on Management for the Digital Domain II. Students who focus upon these management oriented modules will be well equipped for management and leadership roles and careers in cultural heritage, memory institutions; media, publishing and performing arts organisations; creative and cultural industries; marketing, advertising and social media oriented businesses. The module will enable students to grasp the concept that benefit is fluid and mutable in digital cultures and thus to critically examine how we derive benefit through digital management.
The module will introduce the essential aspects of management from a strongly theoretical and critical perspective ? vision, strategy, resources, people, audience, impact, risk, quality and benefit. These will be placed in the context of digital culture through extensive case studies and exemplars across varied sectors. Further context of how the differing modes of management in the digital domain affect society and culture will be explored to consider the ethical, moral, political and power dynamics of management in digital culture. This theoretical underpinning will be augmented with exploration of management tools and methods.
The module will also introduce a basic understanding of audience analysis and evidence-based management techniques and methods. The module will conclude with examination of benefits, strategies and existing examples of digital management to critically examine how they impinge on society and culture and what the key elements that drive management thinking are with regard to digital endeavours. It will conclude with a review of the potentials, limitations and challenges in Digital Management, with reference to future directions to equip students with the principles to carry forward in future.
Credit level: 5
Teaching pattern: TBC
The assessment will be based on two essays that will require a critical analysis of topics considered in the sessions. One essay question will be oriented towards the principles of management, the other relating to audiences and benefits in a strategic context.
2 x 2000 word essays (50% each).
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