1. Not so quietly, earlier this week Jim Richardson and I published our latest book Digital engagement in culture, heritage and the arts. The 60+ page publication summarises a lot of our work with cultural, heritage and arts institutions on digital strategies, co-creation processes and innovation. We’ve had help from many people in the sector putting it together, sharing case studies from world renowned institutions and hidden gems. Get your free download at www.digitalengagementframework.com and let me know what you think.
2. After two years of mostly change management and strategy consulting, these weeks I’m going hands-on with two super exciting projects, one of which is a brand new museum about one of the Netherlands’ most impressive structures, the other more of a secret (I’ve signed so many NDAs lately that I’ve almost forgotten how to talk about projects). We’re in the design and strategy phases at the moment, but if all goes well this should provide a lot of new insights in the next year. Expect posts!
3. Finally, there’s a bunch of new talks and workshops/masterclasses I’ll be giving or attending (see overview on the right), including some (free) webinars around the Digital Engagement Framework. Come meet me! I’m not (yet) tired and would love to hear what you’re working on.Tweet
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