When Greg Dyke took over at the BBC in April 2000, he was known as a charismatic leader with an impressive track record in television. His critics were concerned about his outsider status and his lack of experience in producing the kind of quality service programming that the BBC was cherished. Describes the steps that took Dyke, the BBC and the events that change brought about his downfall.

When Greg Dyke took over at the BBC in April 2000, he was known as a charismatic leader with an impressive track record in television. His critics were concerned about his outsider status and his lack of experience in producing the kind of quality service programming that the BBC was cherished. Describes the steps that took Dyke, the BBC and the events that change brought about his downfall.
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Alfonso Daniels,
Paddy Miller
Source: IESE
19 pages.
Publication Date: Jun 22, 2004. Prod #: IES149-PDF-ENG
Greg Dyke: Hero or Villain? The Hutton Report and the BBC HBR case solution