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The Continuing Evolution of DAMs in the Nonprofit Sector
Nonprofit organizations are driven by their missions and for many decades they have delivered on those missions effectively by using primarily manual processes.
However, the world has changed dramatically. The digital transformation of the past two decades has resulted in an entirely new set of opportunities as well as challenges. In today’s world, nonprofits achieve mission-focused success and competitive advantage by implementing and leveraging best practices with digital technologies.
Managing information and digital content is vital, leading to the embrace of powerful digital asset management tools and practices. Viewed from the perspective of 2018, there has been a remarkable evolution, as organizations have adapted and thrived (or not) in this new, technological ecosystem. This session will explore how nonprofit organizations have evolved as they continue to fulfill their important missions.
Using an interactive case study format to include multiple perspectives, panelists from different types and sizes of nonprofits will share their stories. We will examine the origins of adopting new tools such as DAMs, the challenges faced, and the evolution that has taken place in our sector. We will look at changes to strategy over time, and the different ways that organizational structures have shifted in response. Through open sharing and plenty of audience participation, attendees and presenters will learn from each other, gain practical knowledge, expand professional networks, and set the stage for continued success.
Douglas Hegley, Chief Digital Officer, Minneapolis Institute of Art
Jessica Berlin, Director, Digital Asset Management, American Cancer Society
Peter Dueker, Head of Web and Imaging Services, National Gallery of Art
Susan Luchars, Librarian and Archivist
Dr. Stephanie Tuszynski, Director of the Digital Library, The White House Historical Association