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Call for Book Chapters: Information Technology for News Media Development, Lecture Notes in Information Systems and Organisation, Springer-Verlag, 2016
Managing and Leading Creative Universities - Foundations of Successful Science Management, Springer-Verlag, 20016: Leadership and management and leading universities, faculties, departments, or research laboratories undergoes a tremendous change during recent years. Universities and its researchers are more and more under pressure to produce scientific results and commercial viable outputs. Academic freedom and science as long-term investment for society and business vanish more and more, and put pressure on scientists to rise funding, cope with external stakeholders or job uncertainties, and internationalization strategies. The scope of this book is to discuss the changes, and especially emphasize the importance of universities as grassroots place for many activities.
Call for Book Chapters: Information Systems & Management in eMedia and Creative Industries, Springer-Verlag, 2015
Media Convergence Handbook, Vol.1 (Journalism, Broadcasting, and Social Media Aspects of Convergence) and Vol. 2 (Firms and User-Perspective), edited book published by Springer-Verlag, 2015. A unique cross-disciplinary viewpoint on media convergence from a business, media studies, technical, and user-experience viewpoint. Lecture slides, and additional information available on the book website.