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Author: Joseph Lampel,Jamal Shamsie,Theresa K. Lant
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Title: The Business of Culture: Strategic Perspectives on Entertainment and Media (Organization and Management Series)
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Publisher: Psychology Press; 1 edition (July 19, 2005)
Pages: 344

The Business of Culture: Strategic Perspectives on Entertainment and Media (Organization and Management Series) by Joseph Lampel,Jamal Shamsie,Theresa K. Lant



Joseph Lampel City University, London Jamal Shamsie Michigan State University Theresa K. Lant New York University. In 1940, while German bombs were being dropped on London, an eccentric Oxford professor by the name of J. R. Tolkien was pouring his vivid imagination and his extensive knowledge of Celtic and Norse mythology into a series of novels that later came to be known as The Lord of the Rings. Although entertainment and media products inundate our lives, the business of culture can never be simply a business. It is a business that is as old as human society, and as new as the latest technology.

is worth readers' attention for a variety of reasons. The book brings us closer to understanding the businesses of the future. Administrative Science Quarterly.

by Joseph Lampel, Jamal Shamsie, Theresa K. Lant. The business of culture is the business of designing, producing, distributing, and marketing cultural products. Even though it gives employment to millions, and is the main business of many large and small organizations, it is an area that is rarely studied from a strategic management perspective. This book addresses this void by examining a wide range of cultural industries-motion pictures, television, music, radio, and videogames-from such a perspective.

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Author: Jamal Shamsie, Joseph Lampel, Theresa K. Pages: 344. Publisher: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. This book addresses this void by examining a wide range of cultural industries-motion pictures, television, music, radio and videogames-from such a perspective

The business of culture is the business of designing, producing, distributing, and marketing cultural products.

In Lampel, Joseph; Shamsie, Jamal; Lant, Theresa. The Business of Culture: Strategic Perspectives on Entertainment and Media. Series in Organization and Management. Taylor & Francis. p. 140. ISBN 978-1-135-60923-8. Retrieved November 5, 2015. Record Makers and Breakers: Voices of the Independent Rock 'n' Roll Pioneers. Music in American life.

Prahalad and Bettis (1986) have proposed that the successful management of highly diversified firms can be attributed to the concept of a corporate dominant logic that guides all of its business units. We argue that dominant logic addresses the problem of balancing the needs of business units against those of the corporation as a whole. The Business of Culture: Emerging Perspectives in Media and Entertainment.

Joseph Lampel City University London - Sir John Cass Business School International Journal of Project Management, Vol. 19, No. 8, pp, 2001.

The business of culture is the business of designing, producing, distributing, and marketing cultural products. Even though it gives employment to millions, and is the main business of many large and small organizations, it is an area that is rarely studied from a strategic management perspective. This book addresses this void by examining a wide range of cultural industries--motion pictures, television, music, radio, and videogames--from such a perspective. The articles included in this book will be helpful to individuals who seek a better understanding of organizations and strategies in the entertainment and media sector. But it should also provide valuable insights to managers and entrepreneurs who operate in environments that share the creative uncertainty and performance ambiguity that characterize most cultural industries.