Positive Disruption: A Case Study for Embracing Change

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Friday 9th November, 2012

4:00pm to 4:30pm (PST)

This paper provides a real-world example of how strategic planning can have a radical impact on the working practice of a cultural organisation. It explores the ways that the National Gallery, London has had to change long established, and deep-routed thinking in order to successfully deliver its vision for a new film Channel. Encompassing everything from its overhaul of commissioning and decision-making mechanisms through to a new production model for film content. By sharing our experiences as we move towards a new and evolving digital future, the paper will offer valuable insights into the challenges of affecting positive change.

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Charlotte Sexton

Passionate about web, digital and all things social - but I can't deny still being drawn to the thrill of the original… bio from Twitter

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