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<ol><li> 1. Skills gaps are holding some organisations back hindered by a lack of understanding of what digital technologies can do for their organisation. The 2015 Report by the Warwick Commission on the Future of Cultural Value Digital literacy needs to be achieved across the board, especially in the context of museum leadership. (NMC Horizon Report 2016 Museum Edition) over a third still feel that they do not have the in- house skills, IT systems or the necessary expert advice to meet their digital aspirations growing digital capacity remains an ongoing challenge for a majority of organisations Nesta R&amp;D Fund, Digital Culture 2014 </li><li> 2. Skills gaps are holding some organisations back hindered by a lack of understanding of what digital technologies can do for their organisation. The 2015 Report by the Warwick Commission on the Future of Cultural Value Digital literacy needs to be achieved across the board, especially in the context of museum leadership. (NMC Horizon Report 2016 Museum Edition) over a third still feel that they do not have the in- house skills, IT systems or the necessary expert advice to meet their digital aspirations growing digital capacity remains an ongoing challenge for a majority of organisations Nesta R&amp;D Fund, Digital Culture 2014 </li><li> 3. Skills gaps are holding some organisations back hindered by a lack of understanding of what digital technologies can do for their organisation. The 2015 Report by the Warwick Commission on the Future of Cultural Value Digital literacy needs to be achieved across the board, especially in the context of museum leadership. (NMC Horizon Report 2016 Museum Edition) over a third still feel that they do not have the in- house skills, IT systems or the necessary expert advice to meet their digital aspirations growing digital capacity remains an ongoing challenge for a majority of organisations Nesta R&amp;D Fund, Digital Culture 2014 </li><li> 4. over a third still feel that they do not have the in- house skills, IT systems or the necessary expert advice to meet their digital aspirations growing digital capacity remains an ongoing challenge for a majority of organisations Nesta R&amp;D Fund, Digital Culture 2014 Skills gaps are holding some organisations back hindered by a lack of understanding of what digital technologies can do for their organisation. The 2015 Report by the Warwick Commission on the Future of Cultural Value Digital literacy needs to be achieved across the board, especially in the context of museum leadership. (NMC Horizon Report 2016 Museum Edition) </li><li> 5. The UK governments challenge to museums to make better use of digital technology and for museums to harness academic collaboration in order to work better together in the digital age Matt Hancock, Minister of State for Digital and Culture, University Museums Group, Oxford (22 Sept. 2016) </li><li> 6. AHRCs Heritage Strategic Priority Areas (February 2016) Community Engagement with Heritage (11.i) new and emerging technology-based forms of engagement with heritage; Sustainable Management of Cultural Heritage (11.iii) the challenges related to heritage management in the digital/information age; Changing Heritage Economies (11.vi) the role that heritage plays within the digital economy and emerging fields of technology. </li><li> 7. AHRCs Heritage Strategic Priority Areas (February 2016) Community Engagement with Heritage (11.i) new and emerging technology-based forms of engagement with heritage; Sustainable Management of Cultural Heritage (11.iii) the challenges related to heritage management in the digital/information age; Changing Heritage Economies (11.vi) the role that heritage plays within the digital economy and emerging fields of technology. </li><li> 8. Digital being naturalised within the museums vision and articulation of itself A preparedness for a post-digital organisational structure </li><li> 9. Digital being naturalised within the museums vision and articulation of itself The presence of digital thinking A preparedness for a post-digital organisational structure Actively recruiting blended roles Digital being part of the generative and ideation moment Blended production </li><li> 10. Digital being naturalised within the museums vision and articulation of itself The presence of digital thinking Strategising for a multiplatform future No need for digital to be strategised separately A preparedness for a post-digital organisational structure Actively recruiting blended roles Digital being part of the generative and ideation moment Blended production </li><li> 11. Digital being naturalised within the museums vision and articulation of itself The presence of digital thinking Strategising for a multiplatform future No need for digital to be strategised separately The postdigital museum A preparedness for a post-digital organisational structure Actively recruiting blended roles Digital being part of the generative and ideation moment Blended production </li><li> 12. IDENTIFY digital assets (being informed) VALUE digital culture (being reflective) MANAGE digital change (being responsive) CREATE digital experience (being active) </li><li> 13. IDENTIFY digital assets (being informed) VALUE digital culture (being reflective) MANAGE digital change (being responsive) CREATE digital experience (being active) </li><li> 14. IDENTIFY digital assets (being informed) VALUE digital culture (being reflective) MANAGE digital change (being responsive) CREATE digital experience (being active) </li><li> 15. IDENTIFY digital assets (being informed) VALUE digital culture (being reflective) MANAGE digital change (being responsive) CREATE digital experience (being active) </li><li> 16. IDENTIFY digital assets (being informed) VALUE digital culture (being reflective) MANAGE digital change (being responsive) CREATE digital experience (being active) </li><li> 17. IDENTIFY digital assets (being informed) VALUE digital culture (being reflective) MANAGE digital change (being responsive) CREATE digital experience (being active) </li><li> 18. IDENTIFY digital assets (being informed) VALUE digital culture (being reflective) MANAGE digital change (being responsive) CREATE digital experience (being active) </li><li> 19. IDENTIFY digital assets (being informed) VALUE digital culture (being reflective) MANAGE digital change (being responsive) CREATE digital experience (being active) </li><li> 20. IDENTIFY digital assets (being informed) VALUE digital culture (being reflective) MANAGE digital change (being responsive) CREATE digital experience (being active) </li><li> 21. IDENTIFY digital assets (being informed) VALUE digital culture (being reflective) MANAGE digital change (being responsive) CREATE digital experience (being active) </li><li> 22. IDENTIFY digital assets (being informed) VALUE digital culture (being reflective) MANAGE digital change (being responsive) CREATE digital experience (being active) </li><li> 23. IDENTIFY digital assets (being informed) VALUE digital culture (being reflective) MANAGE digital change (being responsive) CREATE digital experience (being active) </li><li> 24. IDENTIFY digital assets (being informed) VALUE digital culture (being reflective) MANAGE digital change (being responsive) CREATE digital experience (being active) </li><li> 25. IDENTIFY digital assets (being informed) VALUE digital culture (being reflective) MANAGE digital change (being responsive) CREATE digital experience (being active) inside outside </li><li> 26. IDENTIFY digital assets (being informed) VALUE digital culture (being reflective) MANAGE digital change (being responsive) CREATE digital experience (being active) inside outsideconditionsactions (Parry, Royston, James &amp; Dziekan, 2016) </li><li> 27. IDENTIFY digital assets (being informed) VALUE digital culture (being reflective) MANAGE digital change (being responsive) CREATE digital experience (being active) inside outsideconditionsactions (Parry, Royston, James &amp; Dziekan, 2016) [ fluency ] </li><li> 28. IDENTIFY digital assets (being informed) VALUE digital culture (being reflective) MANAGE digital change (being responsive) CREATE digital experience (being active) inside outsideconditionsactions (Parry, Royston, James &amp; Dziekan, 2016) [ fluency ][confidence] </li><li> 29. Mode Practice-Led Research{ </li><li> 30. Structure Design Thinking Mode Practice-Led Research {{ </li><li> 31. Structure Design Thinking Action Research Mode Practice-Led Research Method {{{ </li><li> 32. Amgueddfa Cymru - National Museum Wales National Museums Scotland National Army Museum Royal Pavilion &amp; Museums Brighton and Hove Derby Museums Trust Museum of London Museums Association Association of Independent Museums Arts Council England Museum Development Network Culture24 School of Museum Studies, UoL Research Institute for Cultural and Media Economies, UoL Institute for Employment Research, University of Warwick Zanvyl Krieger School of Arts &amp; Sciences, Johns Hopkins University, US Faculty of Art Design &amp; Architecture, Monash University, Australia Heritage Lottery Fund National Museums Directors Conference Collections Trust Nesta FutureLearn </li><li> 33. Amgueddfa Cymru - National Museum Wales National Museums Scotland National Army Museum Royal Pavilion &amp; Museums Brighton and Hove Derby Museums Trust Museum of London Museums Association Association of Independent Museums Arts Council England Museum Development Network Culture24 School of Museum Studies, UoL Research Institute for Cultural and Media Economies, UoL Institute for Employment Research, University of Warwick Zanvyl Krieger School of Arts &amp; Sciences, Johns Hopkins University, US Faculty of Art Design &amp; Architecture, Monash University, Australia Heritage Lottery Fund National Museums Directors Conference Collections Trust Nesta FutureLearn </li><li> 34. Amgueddfa Cymru - National Museum Wales National Museums Scotland National Army Museum Royal Pavilion &amp; Museums Brighton and Hove Derby Museums Trust Museum of London Museums Association Association of Independent Museums Arts Council England Museum Development Network Culture24 School of Museum Studies, UoL Research Institute for Cultural and Media Economies, UoL Institute for Employment Research, University of Warwick Zanvyl Krieger School of Arts &amp; Sciences, Johns Hopkins University, US Faculty of Art Design &amp; Architecture, Monash University, Australia Heritage Lottery Fund National Museums Directors Conference Collections Trust Nesta FutureLearn </li><li> 35. Amgueddfa Cymru - National Museum Wales National Museums Scotland National Army Museum Royal Pavilion &amp; Museums Brighton and Hove Derby Museums Trust Museum of London Museums Association Association of Independent Museums Arts Council England Museum Development Network Culture24 School of Museum Studies, UoL Research Institute for Cultural and Media Economies, UoL Institute for Employment Research, University of Warwick Zanvyl Krieger School of Arts &amp; Sciences, Johns Hopkins University, US Faculty of Art Design &amp; Architecture, Monash University, Australia Heritage Lottery Fund National Museums Directors Conference Collections Trust Nesta FutureLearn </li><li> 36. Amgueddfa Cymru - National Museum Wales National Museums Scotland National Army Museum Royal Pavilion &amp; Museums Brighton and Hove Derby Museums Trust Museum of London Museums Association Association of Independent Museums Arts Council England Museum Development Network Culture24 School of Museum Studies, UoL Research Institute for Cultural and Media Economies, UoL Institute for Employment Research, University of Warwick Zanvyl Krieger School of Arts &amp; Sciences, Johns Hopkins University, US Faculty of Art Design &amp; Architecture, Monash University, Australia Heritage Lottery Fund National Museums Directors Conference Collections Trust Nesta FutureLearn </li><li> 37. Amgueddfa Cymru - National Museum Wales National Museums Scotland National Army Museum Royal Pavilion &amp; Museums Brighton and Hove Derby Museums Trust Museum of London Museums Association Association of Independent Museums Arts Council England Museum Development Network Culture24 School of Museum Studies, UoL Research Institute for Cultural and Media Economies, UoL Institute for Employment Research, University of Warwick Zanvyl Krieger School of Arts &amp; Sciences, Johns Hopkins University, US Faculty of Art Design &amp; Architecture, Monash University, Australia Heritage Lottery Fund National Museums Directors Conference Collections Trust Nesta FutureLearn </li><li> 38. Building the digital literacies of the museum workforce Introducing the One by One Project Ross Parry rdp5@le.ac.uk @rossparry </li></ol>