Registration via LPIS
|Monday||04/17/23||10:00 AM - 01:30 PM||D5.1.004|
|Tuesday||04/18/23||08:30 AM - 12:00 PM||D5.1.003|
|Tuesday||04/18/23||01:00 PM - 03:30 PM||TC.4.18|
|Wednesday||04/19/23||10:00 AM - 01:30 PM||TC.4.18|
|Thursday||04/20/23||10:00 AM - 01:30 PM||D3.0.222|
|Thursday||04/20/23||02:30 PM - 05:00 PM||D3.0.218|
|Friday||04/21/23||10:00 AM - 01:30 PM||D4.0.133|
How do some of the world's most successful media companies and brands drive fundamental changes to the way they approach marketing? Educate yourself about the global (and local) developments of the constantly evolving media landscape and industry to understand how media platforms and brands must continuously‘adapt or die’. Services provided, the convenience and ubiquity of the mobile device has resulted in a shift from traditional to digital consumption with more internet users and an increased availability of data for marketers to use. Today’s media revolution is not just about technology or marketing, but about human insight and engagement. This is where social media opportunities shift marketing and communications plans to a different approach, predict consumers’ buying habits, and improve products and service(s).
This course provides participants with real-life examples on how media brands must continuously develop to deliver
another level of business results’. Recent cases demonstrate how global brands can communicate and interact seamlessly across the digital landscape of today's consumer habits.
This course aims to provide students with:
– A top-line understanding of the most relevant global and future media developments
– Insights on interdependencies within this fragmented landscape
– Learnings on how brands ensure continued relevance, engagement and progression to answer on consumer needs
Please note that the first and last session are mandatory. If you do not attend the first session, you will be de-registered from the course. In order to obtain a grade for the course, students must attend at least 80% of the course. An absence of 4 hours (1 session) is permitted.
Classes on all five days consist of lectures, discussions, group debates, exercises, case studies, presentations and international guest speakers with interesting global marketing experience and skill sets. Students are expected to read the relevant materials and to participate actively in discussions and group debates.
Classes include individual (70%) and group assignments (30%). Individual assignments are based on exercises and how active students are in the ongoing conversations and debates. Group assignments include an in-depth analysis of case studies, an oral presentation of recommendations / findings and a written report. Attendance and participation in class discussions are critical to success.
1. Final Paper / Case Study 40%
2. Individual Participation 20%
3. Group Presentations 40%
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The course takes place over five days ( 4,5h each day) - each day includes various case studies and group work elements. Students are invited to join in actively, be curious and ask questions at any point in time.