There is a dedicated Twitter account but I am starting this on my own blog and as #will789gb . Twitter page has a MTWR background as this is my main project. So far not working that well, zero subscribers as YouTube channel. ( same for RGB2 intended as local ) Previously I did some social media ahead of a third Management Theory at Work conference but this has yet to happen. First two were in Lancaster. So other links may well be revived if this gets any momentum.
Meanwhile the background of theory still seems to me to be relevant for current situation. I work on two radio shows and try to develop social media as the FM signal may fade away. Topics below are around a case study approach in the middle. Could be a day conference or a series of podcasts but starts as bits of text.
Critique / Philosophy
Critical Management Studies sometimes blocks the way to any practical proposals so best to start with the question if any form of radio is to be supported. Standup Philosopher can be briefed on issues to become a drama. Clip here is from May discussion.
Bronwen Rees spoke at the earlier conferences. Not sure this page is current for East West Centre.
I will check out related shows on Phonic FM.
Meditation takes longer than a radio show. there are MOOC versions that allow flexible timing.
Not sure how to do this in limited space. Something to come back to depending on cases.
Keynote - Learning Company
This first Management Theory at Work conference started with a keynote by John Burgoyne. Video versions still reasonably up to date. How to update? see below
Design Science ( DJ )
Design Science has been a topic for management theory and for teaching/learning. But so far not both together. Meanwhile my friend JD has been slightly more convinced that radio presentation could be designed, even be a science rather than an art. Chat uploaded to YouTube makes us a top result for search on "Design Science DJ" even though we are confused as to what this means.started just as working with clips about design science. ( try a search on Rise of the Science DJ )
Digital Disruption as in FM / Music
FM radio seems to be in decline, business models around music promotion also in flux. How to adjust a model of local music support? Phonic FM concentrates on FM signal but recently improved bandwidth in studio and now works with RadioPlayer to reach more devices. When Radio 1 Academy visited the Phoenix in 2016 there was talk of "visual radio" as in video this is not part of Phonic as such. Several shows have video as part of social media and the artists for Phonic benefits have video from which sound can be played.
This could relate to a Burrell and Morgan diagram ( see paradigms above ) with OFCOM and FM as near regulation and social media / video near change / subjective.
Universities are also part of digital disruption with the MOOC etc. This could be part of a later discussion maybe back to #mtw3 rather than radio. But there is some sort of similarity if every venue has a studio for social media. Arts organisations similar to a campus in most cases. Relevance of this from a MOOC a couple of years ago. Not sure if a repeat is scheduled but a group could form to be ready if one turns up
Forms of publishing
conclusion phase includes working out what to do with the content.
Can include a look at script ideas for a walk on the Lancaster Spine when completed early in 2018. This may relate to a conference on Networked Learning. Two of these have been at Lancaster and there is some video already. ( Tests around Exeter have shown locations could work as context for interviews etc.)
Extract from first video shows route of Lancaster walk