Lord Cultural Resources

In a context of unprecedented change museums must adapt to ensure that they remain meaningful to the new needs and expectations of audiences. This can be done through strategic planning: a proactive process to envision the optimal future and the changes required to achieve it.


The goal is to foster discussion around the strategic planning efforts of museums to successfully deal with a changing environment and better serve audiences. How can museums remain visible and relevant in the face of change? How can they engage visitors more closely? What processes and initiatives work best to connect the institutional goals with the visitors´ needs? And what are the new relationships between functions such as education, visitor services or curatorial?

Zur Person:

Javier is director at the Toronto-based museum consulting firm Lord Cultural Resources which is the world’s largest cultural professional practice. Since joining Lord in 2008, Javier has worked on a wide range of projects with museums, cultural organizations and municipal governments on the topics strategic planning. His previous work includes the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao, the King Abdulaziz Center for World Culture in Dhahran (Saudi Arabia), the City of Chicago, the European Capital of Culture 2019 of Bergamo as well as the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum in Madrid. He holds a Master's degree in Cultural Management and a double degree in Business Administration and Law.

 

25/04/2018
17.00 Uhr
Vortrag
Javier Jimenez, Director, Organization and Strategy Operations, Lord Cultural Resources, London

Vortragsredner

Aussteller

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  • Allgemeiner Blinden- und Sehbehindertenverein Berlin gegr. 1874 e. V. (ABSV)
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  • HOLOPLOT GmbH
  • Humantechnik GmbH - Unternehmensbereich AUDIOropa
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  • MIK-Center GmbH
  • m.o.l.i.t.o.r GmbH
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  • Roblon A/S
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  • shoutr labs
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  • tuomi S.A.
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  • VOMO Leichtbautechnik GmbH & Co. KG
  • VST GmbH
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  • Werk5 GmbH
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  • Zeutschel GmbH