MW2010 Plenary: Brad Feld: It's so hard to contemplate in advance and so easy when you do it

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Presented at Museums and the Web 2010
April 15, 2010
Denver, Colorado

As museums move into a new era of engaging with their audiences, some of the best sources of inspiration and examples may come from outside the field. Focusing on how visitors engage and re-imagining the innovative process – essentially acting as a technology startup in the museum – museums can find new partners and new techniques to build long-term relationships and relevance with their visitors.

see http://www.archimuse.com/mw2010/abstracts/prg_335002434.html

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  • MW2010 Plenary: Brad Feld: It's so hard to contemplate in advance and so easy when you do it

    1. 1. It’s so hard to contemplate in advance and So easy when you do it Brad Feld Foundry Group brad@feld.com Museums and the Web 2010 April 15, 2010
    2. 2. Do or Do Not, There is No Try
    3. 3. unlimited resources DO NOT exist
    4. 4. Take Risks
    5. 5. Fail early
    6. 6. Don’t be Afraid to BREAK SOME glass
    7. 7. search OUTSIDE of museums
    8. 8. go FURTHER OUTSIDE of museums
    9. 9. Talk to Entrepreneurs
    10. 10. Talk to The Future
    11. 11. think like a FOR PROFIT
    12. 12. play a long term game with a short term focus
    13. 13. Think about the Future
    14. 14. read Science Fiction
    15. 15. from the past
    16. 16. be your customer
    17. 17. thanks. Brad Feld Foundry Group brad@feld.com @bfeld

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