Handheld gadgets – be they BlackBerrys, iPhones, Kindles, or Razrs – continue to increase their importance as content platforms as well as their threat to traditional media and publishing business models. In this session, we’ll look at what’s changing with technology, how publishers are serving that technology, and most of all what consumers are demanding. Don’t look now but the future is here.
As director of content for HarvardBusiness.org, Paul Michelman oversees
the site’s original content, including its growing blog network. He is
the executive producer and host of the HBR IdeaCast, one of the world’s
leading business podcasts, as is a frequent contributor to
HarvardBusiness.org’s Conversation Starter blog. He was formerly
director of programming and production for Captivate Network.
Tamara J. Erickson is both a McKinsey Award-winning author and popular
and engaging storyteller. Her compelling views of the future are based
on extensive research on changing demographics and employee values and,
most recently, on how successful organizations work. Erickson has
co-authored three Harvard Business Review articles and the book
Workforce Crisis: How to Beat the Coming Shortage of Skills and Talent.
She is President of The Concours Institute, the research and education
arm of BSG Alliance
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