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Events

Keep visiting this events page for information on our upcoming events – you’ll also find  our write-ups of some earlier OTMFN events below the details of the latest event.

Next Event <strong>MAKER MAYHEM</strong> - Making Ideas from Digital into Physical. <strong>16 May</strong>

Book below or go direct to our ticket page.

Thanks to our generous sponsors we’re now working on editing updates from some of our previous events. Coming soon – Photos and Videos for our January 12th, 2015 Event – Big Data, Big World – How technology can empower global healthcare and some more on our May 11 event on Sports Rights and the Media. Read on for videos and pictures from our March 9th Event – Pennies from Heaven (Monetising the Music Industry). We’ll have some soon for our 6 July event on motion capture technology and (secrecy allowing) our November event on Bitcoin!)

If you have your own recollections or photos of events, please contact us with details and we’ll be in touch. Here’s a selection of previous events (we’re working on videos etc for more recent events to include here):

Mapping Motivation Event with James Sale – 22 Feb, 2016

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Mapping Motivation Event with James Sale – 22 Feb, 2016

Oxford Technology & Media were delighted to welcome author and coach James Sale (author of “Mapping Motivation”) to kick off 2016 with a fascinating look into how you can map motivation and bring true insight into the uncertain world of people management. Love may well make the world go round but how well do we really understand what gets people out of bed in the morning let alone enjoy what they do? How important is creativity in the world of work? Why are some people so difficult? How do you get everyone pulling in the same...

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Digital Maturity Event – 11 April, 2016

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Digital Maturity Event – 11 April, 2016

DIGITAL MATURITY When will we know we’ve grown up? Here’s a flavour of our April 2016 event. You can see the full blurb at the event registration page. Date:  Monday 11th April 2016, 6.00pm to 9.00pm Venue: The Story Museum, 42 Pembroke Street, Oxford, OX1 1BP Digital is becoming ever more pervasive in our everyday lives, from film-makers to universities to SMEs to multinationals, and it now forms a core part of most organisations’ daily operations. The ‘Digital’ rate of change will only continue to accelerate as new technologies...

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Monetising the Music Industry event, 9 March, 2015

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Monetising the Music Industry event, 9 March, 2015

Pennies From Heaven, an Oxford Technology & Media event. 9 Mar 2015, at The Story Museum, Oxford, UK. Were the vast sums of money made from recorded music in the 20th century just a curious anomaly in the history of music, or can new digital rights technology herald a return to the good old days? OTM’s Paul Wightman talks with music industry stars Dave Gaydon, Pete Downton and Oli Steadman. Video: Indigo Dingo THE PANEL DAVE GAYDON — Head of music at the world famous Camden Roundhouse since 2007 and before that, head of music &...

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The Chief Digital Officer Club – 12 May 2014

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David Matthison, Founder & CEO of the Chief Digital Officer Club, discusses the rapid rise of a new breed of executive. [UPDATE: Members, watch your inbox for a mailing with a special discount registration for the first UK CDO Summit on 29 Oct 2014] We were proud to get an introduction to the growth of the Chief Digital Officer by David Matthison: David is the world’s leading authority on Chief Digital and Data officers, and has been quoted by the Financial Times, the Wall Street Journal, Computerworld, McKinsey & Company, MIT Sloan...

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The relationship between technology & anxiety

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An external event that members may find interesting: Magic & technology: or why we need to rethink Arthur C Clarke’s Third Law Said Business School Seminar: Genevieve Bell , 4th February, 6pm Genevieve Bell is a well known anthropologist, working at the intersection of culture and technology. Australian by birth, Bell runs one of Intel’s premier research and development labs in the United States. In this talk, she unpacks the relationship between technology and anxiety, tracing out the origins of our socio-technical fears....

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Business Leadership Event – 13 January 2014

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Master & Commander What makes great business leadership? An OTMFN Event Saïd Business School, Oxford – 13 January 2014 Video to Follow Soon A number of us might quote great leadership examples from history such as Alexander the Great, TE Lawrence or Churchill. Others might look at the ranks of winning sports teams and salute how great leadership has driven exceptional performance from within their ranks.   Despite this tacit understanding, many organisations completely fail to recognise the need for great business leadership...

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Music & Sound Event – 11 Nov 2013

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  Music & Lyrics Why music & sound make the world go round An OTMFN event 11 Nov 2013 at Solid State Logic, Begbroke, Oxfordshire     Video by Paul Wightman, filmmaker and owner of Indigo Dingo Ltd – film production and moving image communications agency. Kindly hosted by Solid State Logic in its purpose-built audio facility in Begbroke, this event gave life to the role of sound and music in today’s world. On a tour of the SSL campus, we enjoyed practical demonstrations of how rich and complex productions are...

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