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Business Model Innovation for Cultural Heritage (BMICE)

In 2009 Knowledgeland (Kennisland) and DEN did a research project into Business Model Innovation for Cultural Heritage. Over 100 Dutch professionals from inside and outside the cultural heritage sector took part in discussions organised during the project. The project resulted in a practical manual for business model innovation for museums, archives and other cultural and heritage institutions. 


Publication

The results of the reseach project are published in a book that is downloadable as pdf below for free. The publication supports managers in cultural institutions to make decisions on their business model(s) and the creation of value through digital services. The book presents four main themes that influence these decisions: Organisation; ICT-infrastructure; Copyright and Revenue Models. The current developments in these area's are discussed and possible solutions are presented.

  


Step-by-Step Plan

BMICE was followed by the project BMICE-T, which focused on applying the results of the research in BMICE and in which more partners took part. In this follow-up project a Step-by-Step Plan has been developed. The BMICE Step-by-Step Plan is comprised of seven steps. These steps can be repeated regularly on a long-term or occasional basis to help a heritage institution in permanently embedding new or existing digital service concepts in its business model. Although these steps have been tailored to the heritage sector, and specifically to the offering of digital services and products in that sector, the methodology can also be applied more broadly in the creative industries.

 


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