Case Study

Greg Dyke: Taking the helm at the BBC (C)

3 pages
July 2004
Reference: IMD-3-1441

The case is a brief summary of the events surrounding the resignation of the Chairman (Gavyn Davies) and Director-General (Greg Dyke) of the BBC in January 2004, following a report by Lord Hutton that strongly criticized the BBC´s editorial processes. It is suggested as a hand-out at the end of class after discussion of the (A) and (B) cases and video which deal with Greg Dyke taking over as Director-General of the BBC.

Keywords
Media, Chief Executive Officer, Crisis, Stakeholder Management
Settings
January 2004
Type
Published Sources
Copyright
© 2004
Available Languages
English
Related material
Teaching note, Video
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