The society has a prominent role to play in transitioning students from their factory high school ideologies to creative, independent graduates. But first, it has to survive the departing of a majority of its founding members.
‘Brands’ notoriously have difficulty retaining interest over time (Preece et al. 2018, p. 331). And, this is especially true for niche-clubs as it is often difficult to replicate the Founders’ passion in new executives after Founders graduate.
Herein lies the Digital Media Society’s greatest obstacle: how do we train our own future leaders to ensure brand longevity?
WATCH: Onboarding Portal: A Solution for Brand Longevity
Browse my slides here:
- Past Digital Media Society DA’s
- How to add a password-protected portal on WP
- Strategies for brand longevity
- How to construct a portal
Update DMS Website
Create Portal on DMS Website
Content Planning Meeting with DMS Executive Team
Create a Content Plan
Create assets for the content
Weeks 7 – 13
Iterate Content via established feedback loops with DMS Executives
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McDowell, W, Harris, M and Geho, P, 2016, ‘Longevity in small business: The effect of maturity on strategic focus and business performance’, Journal of Business Research, vol. 69, no. 5, pp.1904-1908.
Preece, C, Kerrigan, F and O’reilly, D, 2018, ‘License to Assemble: Theorizing Brand Longevity’, Journal of Consumer Research, vol. 46, no. 2, pp.330-350.