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Friday, November 6 • 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Going Beyond SETUP.EXE: Strategically Planning for Success!

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Sponsored by the Information Technology SIG

From technical requirements to internal politics, implementing systems can be a rather daunting prospect. Our presenters share their trials, tribulations, and successes in dealing with technical and non-technical aspects of implementations. If you’re struggling with system adoption and success (or want to make sure you don’t!), this session may be worth attending. This round-table discussion will be lead by three technology leaders who have struggled, or want to minimize the struggle, for technology success. Via group facilitation, the presenters will engage the audience to discuss their success stories, as well as their lessons’ learned. Tim will be presenting some ideas and current progress on strategic planning to increase new CRM system adoption and buy-in, Rebecca will be telling the story of the process of turning several disparate and unrelated plans for digital asset management into a single strategy that will meet multiple needs across the institution, and Gary will be leading a discussion on creating a Digital Assets Management plan from a producer’s point-of-view, and creating a coherent and unified management of digital assets from multiple departments within the institution on a very limited budget.

Moderators
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Tim Rager

Director of Technology, Seattle Art Museum
Tim Rager is the Director of Technology for the Seattle Art Museum (SAM). Tim was excited to join SAM in 2014 to help deliver highly effective back-office solutions as well as digital experiences that enliven, excite and engage their community. Current projects include strategic planning for a new, very complex, multi-departmental, “360-view” CRM system, revamping internal infrastructure to support tomorrow’s digital initiatives, and... Read More →

Speakers
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Rebecca Menendez

Director, Information Services and Technology, Autry Museum of the American West
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Gary Wise

Manager of Multimedia & Digital Services, McNay Art Museum


Friday November 6, 2015 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Nokomis Hyatt Regency Minneapolis 1300 Nicollet Mall Minneapolis, MN 55403

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