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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.

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