Cultural heritage is a complex and interconnected ecosystem requiring innovative methods and techniques to facilitate its management and valorization. From these assumptions, our research proposes a new, integrated and networked approach based on a three-level case study belonging to the archaeological context. In detail, the approach defines the lifecycle of an archaeological site, its processes and network analysis. It does this through the use of Business Process Management (BPM) and Social Network Analysis (SNA) techniques, taking the work of archaeologists at the Archeologia Ricerca e Valorizzazione s.r.l. (A.R.V.a) as a case study. The main objective of the approach is to provide valuable insights to optimize the flow of data, gather information and share knowledge created during the archaeological process, starting from lifecycle management and carrying on with the processes modelling and identification of roles and relationships among different stakeholders. The final aim is to improve the sustainable valorization of an archaeological site, facilitating value creation, strengthening the connections between culture and local development, and enabling a participatory governance of archeological heritage.

An integrated and networked approach for the cultural heritage lifecycle management

MANGIALARDI, GIOVANNA;CORALLO, Angelo;ESPOSITO, MARCO;FORTUNATO, LAURA;MONASTERO, ALSSANDRO;SCHINA, LAURA
2016

Abstract

Cultural heritage is a complex and interconnected ecosystem requiring innovative methods and techniques to facilitate its management and valorization. From these assumptions, our research proposes a new, integrated and networked approach based on a three-level case study belonging to the archaeological context. In detail, the approach defines the lifecycle of an archaeological site, its processes and network analysis. It does this through the use of Business Process Management (BPM) and Social Network Analysis (SNA) techniques, taking the work of archaeologists at the Archeologia Ricerca e Valorizzazione s.r.l. (A.R.V.a) as a case study. The main objective of the approach is to provide valuable insights to optimize the flow of data, gather information and share knowledge created during the archaeological process, starting from lifecycle management and carrying on with the processes modelling and identification of roles and relationships among different stakeholders. The final aim is to improve the sustainable valorization of an archaeological site, facilitating value creation, strengthening the connections between culture and local development, and enabling a participatory governance of archeological heritage.
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