Dreamers Who Do: Intrapreneurship and Innovation in the Media World

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Bocconi University Press, 2021 - 154 pagina's
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"In ancient Roman times, Janus was the God of beginnings and passages, divinity of change and time. He had two faces: one that looked to the past, the other one that observed the future. Janus is, to me, the best representation of journalism's essence today." Disruption, from Latin (dis- 'apart' + rumpere 'to break'), means tearing something into pieces, destroying it completely. In the chaotic, uncertain, fast-paced contemporary world, journalism must embrace change and adapt. Based on this assumption, the author covers her experience towards the centenary media business with a fresh and entrepreneurial approach. Framing her analysis with the Chaos and Network theories, she brings the reader into a journey through the future of journalism, which now more than ever must turn into a trustworthy, reliable, and sense-making entity, representative of our society. Exploring myths and stories from Plato's Cave to the Black Swan, from Leonardo da Vinci to Giuseppe Garibaldi, from Adriano Olivetti to Steve Jobs, this book is an unconventional invitation for a new generation of intrapreneurs ("entrepreneurs in house") to take part in the transformational process of news industry.

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Virginia Stagni works as Business Development Manager and FT Talent Director at the Financial Times, where she founded the FT Talent Challenge project. Her job is to keep the FT among the most innovative media companies. She is among the Forbes Italy Under 30 (2021), the Fortune Italy 40 Under 40 (2021) and Grand Prize Winner and International News and Media Association (INMA) 30 Under 30 (2020). She holds an MSc in Media and Communications from the London School of Economics and a BSc in Economics and Management for Art, Culture and Communications from Bocconi University.

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