The Media Transformation Challenge: Leadership in the Tech-Driven World of Journalism
This year-long program, with sessions in January, March, June and September is currently underway.
For inquiries regarding the 2020 program, please submit your contact information by requesting a brochure.
Program Fee: The program fee includes tuition for each of the four weeks of programming conducted over one year, housing, curricular materials and most meals.
Digital technology has been disrupting the media industry for over two decades. Is your organization equipped to continue navigating this tsunami of change while identifying and capitalizing on new opportunities in the years ahead?
The Media Transformation Challenge: Leadership in the Tech-Driven World of Journalism is a new executive program created in collaboration with Harvard Kennedy School's Shorenstein Center on Media, Politics and Public Policy. Led by Faculty Chair Nicco Mele together with program founder and architect Douglas K. Smith, this unique program will require you to determine a core business challenge threatening the sustainability and profitability of your enterprise. Our faculty team will personally coach and consult with you throughout the year to foster the skills you need to develop new strategies and drive long-lasting, repeatable success at your organization.