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Münsterland Cultural Academy

Agile work culture

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Collaborative working and agile project management in the cultural sector (focus on museums)

Digital change, work in rapidly changing projects and, last but not least, exceptional situations such as the Corona pandemic are changing the work culture in art and cultural institutions. In many cases, staff members experience the familiarisation with new programmes, changing themes and short-term changes in plans as great pressure, sometimes even as stress.

In this workshop, we want to answer the question of why we need new work cultures and new, flexible structures of cooperation, in order to then show how such collaborative work and agile project management is practically possible for cultural enterprises - especially for museums. Concrete tools, programmes and application examples will illustrate the material. The aim of the workshop is to familiarise participants with the basics of new working methods and organisational processes.

The event takes place in cooperation with the Digitalteam westfälische Museen (LWL-Medienzentrum/LWL-Museumsamt).

Wednesday, 3 November 2021 | 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.

LWL Industrial Museum TextilWerk, Industriestraße 5, Bocholt

Further information

Holger Simon
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Target group

The event is aimed at all actors in the cultural sector who would like to learn more about new working cultures and are looking for concrete approaches to flexible structures of cooperation.

Speaker

Holger Simon is an art historian, innovator and entrepreneur. He looks back on more than 20 years of experience in digital project management and during this time initiated innovative projects such as the prometheus picture archive in 2001 and the Digital Historical Archive Cologne in 2009. In 2009, he founded the agency for digital cultural communication Pausanio, which develops digital applications in the cultural sector, advises cultural institutions on digital transformation and accompanies them in change processes. In 2013, he launched the Pausanio Academy, an advanced training centre that offers seminars on digital transformation in art, culture and science, including the certificate course for "Digital Curator".
simon@pausanio.com | www.pausanio.com

Fee

35 euros incl. conference drinks and lunch snack

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Andre Sebastian
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Andre Sebastian
Head of Münsterland Cultural Office
Art & Culture Foundation
Project "taNDem
Cultural Academy

0049 2571 94 93 23

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