Wednesday, September 30th 2020
This week in
The future of Media & Entertainment at the age of digital & coronavirus
This week’s must read
After two major crises — September 11, 2001, and the financial crisis of 2008–2009—that accelerated the impact of digital disruption on media industry. The industry is facing a third one with the COVID-19. Its impact on the world and the Media communities that is rapidly changing making all businesses refocus on essential points…
This Week’s Must Read is an insight piece from Neal Zuckerman, BCG about how Media companies face COVID-19.
Because consumers themselves want to manage their media consumption, media companies want to shift their business models to subscriptions and other forms of recurring revenue.
Media and the ways we engage with them are going through a major transformation. In this article, the author gives us an overview of the current state of the media and entertainment industry and how certain companies are working to evolve their digital experiences depending on users expectations.
In The media and entertainment industry creators are often put at a disadvantage by middlemen margins and stealth profits. With the help of blockchain technology, the media and entertainment industry could potentially eliminate fraud, vastly reduce costs, and increase transparency overall.
As US technology, media, and telecommunications companies focus on responding to the global pandemic and its immediate repercussions, they should reassess what and how they sell, as well as how they operate. Here are four strategic issues that they should consider, to recover from the crisis while laying the foundations for a thriving future according to the authors.
This week’s Consulting News
| Jeannie Baumann@Bloomberg News
This week’s media
Creativity in the Digital Age, shares the firsthand perspective and experience of four accomplished media and entertainment industry professionals on their creative origins…
Consulting sourcing tips
This beginner’s guide will help you understand everything you need to know about consultancy procurement. It will give you an overview of the key steps involved in the procurement process and will help you get started on your sourcing journey.
When you launch a project, you can always hope that the consultant will understand your needs. Or you can write down the reasons why you start a project and what results you expect. Writing an RFP is not easy
The average management consultants salary is $85,000 per year. However, salaries can vary widely depending on experience, location, and industry. However, the job can be demanding, with long hours and frequent travel.
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Hélène Laffitte is the CEO of Consulting Quest, a Global Performance-Driven Consulting Platform and author of “Smart Consulting Sourcing”, a step by step guide to getting the best ROI from your consulting. With a blend of experience in Procurement and Consulting, Hélène is passionate about helping Companies create more value through Consulting.