David Lordkipanidze
www.museum.ge
Filippo Tommaso Emilio Marinetti      (Author of the Futuris Manifesto)Museums are public dormitories
Georgian National                                                                         Museum’s MapSIMON JANASHIA MUSEU...
Building Better Museums         Changing an Organization’s DNA11/29/2012 9:39 PM                        6
Organizational Life CyclesChildhood – Entrepreneurial; informal; willingness to take risks;   experimentation with new ven...
Traditional Museums vs. Modern,           Reinvented Musuems11/29/2012 9:39 PM                     8
Governance     Traditional Museums             Modern Museums      Keeper of the Mission          Mission driven      E...
Institutional Priorities     Traditional Museums        Modern Museums      Management                Leadership      C...
Management Strategies     Traditional Museums            Modern Museums      Internally driven             Audience focu...
Communication Styles     Traditional Museums         Modern Museums      Closed communication       Open communication  ...
Plan of Tbilisi, 1884   Caucasian Museum   State Library   Female Gymnasium   Main Administration Press Building of th...
DmanisiACradle of the first Europeans
Fertile Crescent
Ancient clayvesselKhramis Didi GoraVIth-Vth millennium B.C.
COLCHIS-LANDOF GOLDENFLEECE
GOLDENFLEECE STORY
Journey of the Golden Treasury        from Georgia
Berlin Altes Museum
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First Humans out of AfricaWhen?Who?Why?
The site of Dmanisi
Vani Archaeological Museum
RenovatedArcheological Base in        Vani
Dmanisi Paleoanthropology and Archaeology Summer Field                        School
   The preservation of the collection for future    generations is the Museum ’ s primary    statutory duty. Therefore co...
To advance the philosophy and practiceof conservation, the GNM generates andexplores new ideas, undertakes projectsin rese...
The Georgian National Museum will hold archeological excavations atFailaka Island, Kuwait for two months, annuallyThe firs...
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BP FUNDED SERIES OF WORSHOPS FOR GEORGIAN         SPECIALIST AND STUDENDS     LEADING RESEARCHERS WERE INVITED FROM EU AND...
Filippo Tommaso Emilio Marinetti      (Author of the Futuris Manifesto)Museums are public dormitories
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David Lordkipanidze, Kiev, November 2012

  1. 1. David Lordkipanidze
  2. 2. www.museum.ge
  3. 3. Filippo Tommaso Emilio Marinetti (Author of the Futuris Manifesto)Museums are public dormitories
  4. 4. Georgian National Museum’s MapSIMON JANASHIA MUSEUM OF GEORGIASHALVA AMIRANASwHVILI MUSEUM OF FINE ARTSGIORGI CHITAIA ETHNOGRAPHY MUSEUM (OPEN AIR MUSEUM)IOSEB GRISHASHVILI TBILISI HISTORY MUSEUM (QARVASLA) SVANETI MUSEUM OF HISTORY AND ETHNOGRAPHYNATIONAL GALLERY IVANE JAVAKHISHVILI SAMTSKE-JAVAKHETI HISTORY MUSEUMELENE AKHVLEDIANI HOUSE MUSEUM OTAR LORDKIPANIDZE VANI MUSEUM RESERVEMOSE TOIDZE HOUSE MUSEUM DMANISI MUSEUM RESERVEINSTITUTE OF PALEOBIOLOGY SIGNAGI MUSEUMOTAR LORDKIPANIDZE ARCHAEOLOGY RESEARCH CENTER
  5. 5. Building Better Museums Changing an Organization’s DNA11/29/2012 9:39 PM 6
  6. 6. Organizational Life CyclesChildhood – Entrepreneurial; informal; willingness to take risks; experimentation with new ventures; dynamic leadership, often by a single individualAdolescence – Transition to professional management; greater focus on strategy and performance; growth oriented; emphasis on acquisition of resourcesAdulthood – Mature; stable; development of operational systems, processes, procedures and plans; formal; numerous controls; risk averseOld Age – Resistance to change; repetition of behavior; top-down management; complacency; “we know best” attitude; loss of legitimacyDeath – Inability to learn and adapt; isolation; further erosion of leadership; external entropy and ultimately deathNote: Public institutions die. Many which existed in the 1920s and 1930s have disappeared or have lineal descendents that are very different11/29/2012 9:39 PM 7
  7. 7. Traditional Museums vs. Modern, Reinvented Musuems11/29/2012 9:39 PM 8
  8. 8. Governance Traditional Museums Modern Museums  Keeper of the Mission  Mission driven  Elitist  Equitable  Exclusive  Inclusive  Reactive  Proactive  Monocultural  Multicultural  Internal focus  External focus  Singular Vision  Shared vision  Single visionary leadership  Shared leadership  Top down management  Bottom up management  Assumed value  Earned value  Good intentions  Public accountability  Paternal  Mutual respect  Managing  Governing11/29/2012 9:39 PM 9
  9. 9. Institutional Priorities Traditional Museums Modern Museums  Management  Leadership  Collection driven  Education driven  Limited representation  Broad representation  Limited community  Expanded community involvement involvement  Internally based  Community based  Visitor friendly  Customer service  Business as usual  Self study and criticism  Voice of authority  Multiple viewpoints  Focused on past  Forward looking  Retrospective  Current11/29/2012 9:39 PM 10
  10. 10. Management Strategies Traditional Museums Modern Museums  Internally driven  Audience focused  Selling  Marketing  Assumptions of audience  Knowledge of audience  Insular organization  Learning organization  Unilateral decision making  Shared decision making  Individually driven  Cooperative / Collaborative  Cautious  Risk takers  Dependent on funds from a  Entrepreneurial; numerous single source sources of funds  Individual strategies  Partnerships  Individual work  Teamwork  Static role  Strategic positioning  Top down  Top down, bottom up and horizontal11/29/2012 9:39 PM 11
  11. 11. Communication Styles Traditional Museums Modern Museums  Closed communication  Open communication  Privileged information  Shared information  Suppressed differences  Welcomed differences  Debate  Dialogue  One-way communication  Two-way communication  Keeper of knowledge  Exchange of knowledge  Cautious and protective  Welcoming and trusting11/29/2012 9:39 PM 12
  12. 12. Plan of Tbilisi, 1884 Caucasian Museum State Library Female Gymnasium Main Administration Press Building of the Viceroyalty
  13. 13. DmanisiACradle of the first Europeans
  14. 14. Fertile Crescent
  15. 15. Ancient clayvesselKhramis Didi GoraVIth-Vth millennium B.C.
  16. 16. COLCHIS-LANDOF GOLDENFLEECE
  17. 17. GOLDENFLEECE STORY
  18. 18. Journey of the Golden Treasury from Georgia
  19. 19. Berlin Altes Museum
  20. 20.
  21. 21. First Humans out of AfricaWhen?Who?Why?
  22. 22. The site of Dmanisi
  23. 23. Vani Archaeological Museum
  24. 24. RenovatedArcheological Base in Vani
  25. 25. Dmanisi Paleoanthropology and Archaeology Summer Field School
  26. 26.  The preservation of the collection for future generations is the Museum ’ s primary statutory duty. Therefore conservation and scientific research is of critical importance and GNM’s main scientific research goals are to enhance conservation science and technical art history. Facilitate research at the interface of science and art, technology and tradition. Through conservation science, treatment, and preventive conservation, GNM supports preserving heritage collections so they can be accessed by current and future generations.
  27. 27. To advance the philosophy and practiceof conservation, the GNM generates andexplores new ideas, undertakes projectsin research and applications, fosterscontinuous learning internally, shares itsknowledge, and establishes alliances andpartnerships to promote publicawareness and community involvementin safeguarding the cultural heritage.
  28. 28. The Georgian National Museum will hold archeological excavations atFailaka Island, Kuwait for two months, annuallyThe first archaeological mission in Kuwait was held in 2011, with 15Georgian scientists and studentsThe Project is financed by Kuwait
  29. 29. •••••••
  30. 30. BP FUNDED SERIES OF WORSHOPS FOR GEORGIAN SPECIALIST AND STUDENDS LEADING RESEARCHERS WERE INVITED FROM EU AND USA
  31. 31. Filippo Tommaso Emilio Marinetti (Author of the Futuris Manifesto)Museums are public dormitories

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