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Tuesday, October 29 • 2:00pm - 6:00pm
W 29 - Improving your Digital Activities ....

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Improving your Digital Activities with Business Model Innovation
Marco De Niet and Harry Verwayen


In this workshop we will present and put into practice two BMI tools that can help both managers and researchers in the area of digital heritage to assess the value of a digital heritage service they are involved in. The first tool is the Business Model Canvas, as developed by Osterwalder & Pigneur. The  moderators of this workshop have analysed this model specifically for digital cultural heritage services and the findings of this analysis will be shared, discussed and tested in the workshop. The second tool is a roadmap that each individual participant can use to analyse a specific service with digital cultural heritage. With this tool, you can reach conclusions on how to improve the set-up, management, impact and/or sustainability of the service and support further innovation. In the workshop we will take the participants step by step through the roadmap and provide opportunity for the participants to present the problems they encounter during their own analysis and discuss strategic options how to improve them or indeed come up with new concepts and business models for new services

This workshop is proposed to the conference as a contribution on behalf of the organisers of the conference Digital Strategies for Heritage (DISH). With this workshop DISH would like to support the ambition of DH2013 to organise the biggest European digital heritage congress. Contentwise, the workshop brings one of the key themes of DISH to the conference, Business Model Innovation.


Moderators
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Marco de Niet

Director, Digital Heritage Netherlands
Marco de Niet is the Director of Digitaal Erfgoed Nederland (DEN foundation), the Dutch knowledge centre for digital heritage. DEN is a government funded organisation to promote standardisation and monitor the progress of the national digital infrastructure for cultural heritage. Marco is actively involved in various European projects, such as Europeana, ENUMERATE, Europeana Inside, meSch and V-Must.net Marco studied Dutch language and... Read More →
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Harry Verwayen

Deputy Director, Europeana
Harry is responsible for the strategy, business- and product development of Europeana, Europe’s Library, Museum and Archive. His main passion is the design and implementation of new business models that will support Europe in its aim to make our complete Heritage openly accessible for work, learning and pleasure. Prior to this Harry worked at the Amsterdam based thinktank Knowledgeland where he was responsible for business model... Read More →

Tuesday October 29, 2013 2:00pm - 6:00pm
MuCEM - VIP Room

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