Report from BAM Workshop, 9 September 2014: The digital economy, big data and social media

British Academy of Management Professional Development Workshop 9 September 2014

The digital economy, big data and social media: implications for the practice of management research

NEMODE organised a professional development workshop at BAM 2014 addressing the question of how digital technologies are impacting the practice of management research (presentation). A summary of the PDW is available here and presenters’ slides through the following links:

Dr Mark Coté: Lecturer in Digital Cultures, King’s College London – Valuing Datafication? Theorising the Social Life of Big Data
Dr Tobias Preis: Associate Professor of Behavioural Science and Finance at Warwick Business School – Quantifying Economic Behaviour Using Big Data
Dr Helene Snee: Lecturer in Sociology at Manchester Metropolitan University – Digital Methods as Mainstream Methodology?
Dr. Albrecht Fritzsche: Senior Researcher at the Institute of Information Systems, Chair of Innovation and Value Creation at the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg – Customers as co-creators in scientific research
Dr Juan Mateos-Garcia: Economics Research Fellow, Creative and Digital Economy, NESTA – The profile of the management (data) scientist