Changing gears: Fast-lane design for accelerated innovation in memory organisations
Audiovisual archives are embracing the opportunities offered by digitisation for managing their work processes and offering new services to a wide array of user groups. Organisation strategy, working processes, and software development need to be able to support a culture where innovation can flourish. Some institutions are beginning to adopt the concept of "two-speed IT.” The core strategy aims to accommodate two tracks simultaneously: foundational but “slow,” and innovative but flexible and “fast." This paper outlines the rationale behind the two-speed IT strategy. It highlights a specific implementation at the Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision, a large audiovisual archive and museum. Two-speed IT is enabling Sound and Vision to reach its business objectives.
|strategy, participatory culture, infrastructure, innovation, asset management, software development|
|Museums and the Web|
|Museums and the Web 2016|
Oomen, J, Brinkerink, M, Huurnink, B, & Schuurman, J. (2016). Changing gears: Fast-lane design for accelerated innovation in memory organisations. Presented at the Museums and the Web 2016, Museums and the Web.