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  • Individuals and interactions over processes and toolsWorking software over comprehensive documentationCustomer collaboration over contract negotiationResponding to change over following a plan
  • Satisfy the customerWelcome changeDeliver frequentlyWork as a teamMotivate peopleTalk, face to faceMeasure working softwareMaintin paceExcel at quailtyKeep it simpleEvolve designReflect regulary
  • It already happens.Museums traditionally bad at capturing and representing it. A bit like shouting something provocative in someone’s face then running away.It’s becoming expected – users are expecting the same levels of social interaction in their daily lives as they find on-line.What if we take cues from best online interactions and apply them across a museum’s setting?
  • Explicit aim is engagement and spreadSpread to others, and to other parts of a user’s lifeEngagement with each other, with object, with collection
  • What does this look like?3 Applications – minimum to link everyoneAll 3 enable the same interaction: consume, debate, collect, share
  • If successful, spread and engagement follow
  • Doing so will force museums to come to terms with a number of things:Moderation and social contractsRebalancing audience / authority
  • Adaptive and responsiveMany contributors (international)
  • Google Docs – advantages in instant collaboration
  • So you type management into IWM collections search, on the off chance and you get men dressed as hula girls… just saying. ???
  • ??
  • Hmmmm
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    • 1. Being Agile with SocialInterpretationCultural CollaborativeExchange: Collections, SocialInterpretation, Partnershipsand Project Management Image: IWM Malindine E G (Lt) Cat no. TR 455
    • 2. Agile is… Image: IWM Official photographer) Cat no. TR 48
    • 3. 4 core values Image: IWM cat no. OP-TELIC 03-010-17-145
    • 4. And 12 principles Image: IWM cat no. EPH 4178 - EPH 4186
    • 5. But first… Image: IWM cat no. EPH 4191
    • 6. What is socialinterpretation?
    • 7. Spread EngagementImage: EPH 3268 Image: D 12847
    • 8. Image: Art.IWM PST 8363
    • 9. Agile in Application Image: IWM cat no. CH 1648
    • 10. Collaboration
    • 11. Agile in Management Image: IWM Admiralty official collection. Cat no. A 13435
    • 12. Team Work Image: IWM cat no. D 3819
    • 13. Project Board
    • 14. Advisory Panel
    • 15. Knowledge Transfer
    • 16. Agile in Design
    • 17. Deliveryfrequently
    • 18. Face to face Image: IWM: cat no INS 5332 and INS 5335
    • 19. Measure software Image: IWM cat no. EPH 4543
    • 20. Keep it simple Image: IWM cat no. Q 79569
    • 21. Evolve design
    • 22. User Centred Design Image: IWM cat no. TR918
    • 23. Agile inOutlook Image: IWM cat no. A7762
    • 24. Welcomechange Image: IWM cat no. D24590
    • 25. Reflectregularly Image: IWM D 2346
    • 26. ... Andmaintain pace Image: IWM cat no. IWM PST 14814
    • 27. MOREImage: IWM cat no. IWM PST 6564 CAKE
    • 28. Tom Grinsted IWM @tomgrinsted Claire Ross UCL Centre for Digital Humanities @clairey_ross