Going Online: Be Brave (from 2008)
10 years I wrote something about restructuring editorial teams for digital, but lacked the courage to publish it. I should have found the courage.
The stranglehold of the journalistic orthodoxy
The stranglehold of the journalistic orthodoxy A brutal condemnation of the mindset that has stopped traditional journalism embracing change – and
The FT gets an innovation editor
The Financial Times has appointed a new innovation editor John Thornhill moves from deputy editor to innovation editor. Thornhill will
Meaning - Stefania Druga: Saving the world, one play session at a time
Warning: Liveblogging. Prone to error, inaccuracy and terrible, terrible crimes against grammar. This post will be improved over the next
Buttry academic goodness, the new home for digital journalism proponents?
Steve Buttry is heading into journalism education: The next chapter of my career will be at Louisiana State University. After
Don't do more with less, do different forms of journalism
Fascinating insight into Kevin Anderson’s first few months back in a newsroom: When I landed in my new job
A litmus test for digital newsrooms
Kevin Anderson: Are we still struggling to get journalists to add links to their stories, to do the most basic
Journalism's Groundhog Day - the excuse that won't die
Today’s the day that all the old arguments about what’s gone wrong with journalism and publishing come out
Digital is easy. Journalism is easy. Change is hard.
Why is the transition to digital going so badly for most journalism companies? There’s plenty of knowledge out there
Does newsroom change create bullying?
Andreas Whittam Smith: The Care Quality Commission review quotes Professor Frans Cilliers’s view that bullying often surfaces in organisations