Business Model Innovationand Digital Heritage<br />Marco de Niet<br />The DEN Foundation<br />OpenCulture 2011<br />Birmin...
Quality in digitisation<br />User studies<br />Highlights<br />Project planning<br />PLAN<br />Heavily used<br />collectio...
Information plans vs. budget<br />Source: www.numeric.ws<br />
Quality in digitisation<br />User studies<br />Highlights<br />Project planning<br />PLAN<br />Heavily used<br />collectio...
Benchmarking<br />(2007-2009)<br />(2011-2013)<br />
Quality in digitisation<br />User studies<br />Highlights<br />Project planning<br />PLAN<br />Business Model<br />Innovat...
BMI as management tool<br />The missing link<br />
Written and published by<br />Kennisland, DEN & <br />Ministry of Culture (NL),<br />December 2009<br />
New value propositions<br />analog ‘in house’<br />digital ‘in house’<br />digital in a <br />controlled network<br />‘out...
Business Model Canvass<br />Source: Alex Osterwalder<br />
Major obstacles for CH<br />1. Organisation<br />3. Copyright<br />2. ICT-infrastructure<br />4. Revenue<br />
1. Organisation in transition<br />Audience<br />cultural <br />heritage<br />Value creation<br />Networks<br />Supply    ...
2. Open ICT-infrastructure<br />
3. Clearing copyright<br />
4. Creating revenue<br />5. Product bundle: trans-media combination of various sources of income<br />4. Digital branding:...
Business Model Innovation<br />Source: Alex Osterwalder<br />
Share your knowledge on digitisation!<br />www.den.nl<br />
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Marco de Niet from the leading Digital foundation in the Netherlands will explore their work analysing how museums, archives and libraries can adopt innovative business models to drive new growth.

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  1. 1. Business Model Innovationand Digital Heritage<br />Marco de Niet<br />The DEN Foundation<br />OpenCulture 2011<br />Birmingham, 8 June 2011<br />
  2. 2. Quality in digitisation<br />User studies<br />Highlights<br />Project planning<br />PLAN<br />Heavily used<br />collections<br />Information plans<br />DO<br />ACT<br />CHECK<br />Mass Digitisation<br />Evaluation<br />
  3. 3. Information plans vs. budget<br />Source: www.numeric.ws<br />
  4. 4. Quality in digitisation<br />User studies<br />Highlights<br />Project planning<br />PLAN<br />Heavily used<br />collections<br />DO<br />Information plans<br />ACT<br />CHECK<br />Benchmarking<br />Mass Digitisation<br />Evaluation<br />
  5. 5. Benchmarking<br />(2007-2009)<br />(2011-2013)<br />
  6. 6. Quality in digitisation<br />User studies<br />Highlights<br />Project planning<br />PLAN<br />Business Model<br />Innovation<br />Heavily used<br />collections<br />DO<br />ACT<br />Information plans<br />CHECK<br />Benchmarking<br />Mass Digitisation<br />Evaluation<br />
  7. 7. BMI as management tool<br />The missing link<br />
  8. 8. Written and published by<br />Kennisland, DEN & <br />Ministry of Culture (NL),<br />December 2009<br />
  9. 9. New value propositions<br />analog ‘in house’<br />digital ‘in house’<br />digital in a <br />controlled network<br />‘out there’ on the web<br />
  10. 10. Business Model Canvass<br />Source: Alex Osterwalder<br />
  11. 11. Major obstacles for CH<br />1. Organisation<br />3. Copyright<br />2. ICT-infrastructure<br />4. Revenue<br />
  12. 12. 1. Organisation in transition<br />Audience<br />cultural <br />heritage<br />Value creation<br />Networks<br />Supply Demand<br />Media behaviour Innovation<br />Quality Efficiency<br />Professions <br />& Traditions<br />Technology<br />Digitisation<br />
  13. 13. 2. Open ICT-infrastructure<br />
  14. 14. 3. Clearing copyright<br />
  15. 15. 4. Creating revenue<br />5. Product bundle: trans-media combination of various sources of income<br />4. Digital branding: the heritage institution creating the reputation and building the brand<br />3. Digital curator: the heritage institution providing the context<br />2. Digital original: the heritage institution as a digital heritage broker<br />1. Original: the heritage institution creating the experience<br />
  16. 16. Business Model Innovation<br />Source: Alex Osterwalder<br />
  17. 17. Share your knowledge on digitisation!<br />www.den.nl<br />
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