Merete Sanderhoff (DK)
Researcher, National Gallery of Denmark
Sharing is Daring. Openness as a Business Strategy
Time: 11.15 am - 12.00
am Wednesday, May 9th 2012
Session: Web Strategy and Governance – The Business case for Prioritizing Organization and Content
Track: Web strategy and governance
Sharing is Caring: New Directions in Business Transformation
Time: 13.00-16.00 Tuesday, May 8th 2012
Knowledge sharing has been a buzz topic for a while; but many of you are telling us that this is damn difficult. Few have managed to make real strides, despite having spent time and resources on getting sophisticated technical solutions such as SharePoint in place. Why is it proving so hard? Learn from organizations that have embarked on radical business transformation processes and placed the emphasis on openness and sharing at all levels at the heart of the process. They will give real life examples of what they have done and how it has brought about important business change.
Merete has a degree in Art History. Since 2007, she has worked at SMK as a researcher and project manager. She has been leading a number of projects concerned with providing open access to the museum’s digitized collections, and using digital media to freely share knowledge and resources with fellow institutions as well as users.
Merete is also a writer and curator with a range of exhibitions catalogues, articles, and a book on her publishing list.
More resources related to Merete Sanderhoff
- J. Boye blog: Sharing is caring in 2012 – also on the web