The Cultural Heritage is a complex domain composed of interconnected ecosystems and stakeholders. Innovative methods and techniques have been proposed to facilitate the management of this complex environment if it thinks about the culture as an organism and not a mechanism adopting an ecological approach focused on relationships and interactions within the overall and local system (Holden, 2015). This research intends to provide a new integrated approach able to optimise the flow of data, information and knowledge circulating in an archaeological site, starting from its lifecycle management, carrying on with the processes modelling through the Business Process Management approach and identifying roles and relationships among people through the application of the Social Network Analysis technique. The final aim is to have a sustainable valorisation and a smart fruition of the archaeological site as part of the global cultural domain, facilitating the value creation and strengthening the connections between culture and local development.

Integrated and Networked Approach for the Lifecycle Cultural Heritage Management.

MANGIALARDI, GIOVANNA;CORALLO, Angelo;ESPOSITO, MARCO;FORTUNATO, LAURA;MONASTERO, ALSSANDRO;SCHINA, LAURA;
2015

Abstract

The Cultural Heritage is a complex domain composed of interconnected ecosystems and stakeholders. Innovative methods and techniques have been proposed to facilitate the management of this complex environment if it thinks about the culture as an organism and not a mechanism adopting an ecological approach focused on relationships and interactions within the overall and local system (Holden, 2015). This research intends to provide a new integrated approach able to optimise the flow of data, information and knowledge circulating in an archaeological site, starting from its lifecycle management, carrying on with the processes modelling through the Business Process Management approach and identifying roles and relationships among people through the application of the Social Network Analysis technique. The final aim is to have a sustainable valorisation and a smart fruition of the archaeological site as part of the global cultural domain, facilitating the value creation and strengthening the connections between culture and local development.
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