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* financial
* financial


better communication with stakeholders in a richer and rounder (data buffet)
lonely hearts club for data and re-use


IMPACT (short-term and long-term)
IMPACT (short-term and long-term)
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reduction of digital bloat and hoarding
reduction of digital bloat and hoarding


preserve to demonstrate credibility, enhance prospects of future collaboration and partnerships


the asset delivers benefit
the asset delivers benefit
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Some different approaches to how this guide could help with benefit generation, that were brainstormed at the SPRUCE booksprint:
6. A
* framework (things you might want to think about, or ways you might want to approach analysing benefits)
** brief intro to alternatives: KRDS or Tanner's Balanced Value Impact Model or NG's Benefit Funnel
** also extract common themes which appear in the different frameworks:
*** who benefits (individual or organisation)
*** timescales (short-term / long-term)
*** etc.
6. B
* example benefits
** by scenario to allow people the benefits which could be expressed in different contexts and shared areas of concern
*** e.g.1 Research data: KRDS
*** e.g.2 Institutional or personal archives: examples from SPRUCE Mashup events
** by type to allow people to identify common themes from the different frameworks and approaches
***e.g.1 organisational concerns - green issues, efficiency, compliance, reputation, etc.
***e.g.2 users - access, reuse, funding opportunities, outreach, etc.
***e.g.3 financial - generating income, making savings, ROI

Latest revision as of 16:22, 12 August 2013

principle (thought some principles were missing)

long-term and short-term

PUBLIC SECTOR

  • healthier
  • wealthier
  • safer
  • smarter
  • greener
  • more transparent

PRIVATE SECTOR

  • legal compliance
  • regulatory compliance
  • legal protection
  • unanticipated exploitation
  • business continuity and improvement
  • business value

BENEFITS FUNNEL (AUDIENCE)

  • individual
  • organizational
  • practical
  • financial

better communication with stakeholders in a richer and rounder (data buffet)

lonely hearts club for data and re-use

IMPACT (short-term and long-term)

access is relevant to purpose and has real world impact (access and subsequent affect/effect) reduction of digital bloat and hoarding

preserve to demonstrate credibility, enhance prospects of future collaboration and partnerships

the asset delivers benefit


Some different approaches to how this guide could help with benefit generation, that were brainstormed at the SPRUCE booksprint:

6. A

  • framework (things you might want to think about, or ways you might want to approach analysing benefits)
    • brief intro to alternatives: KRDS or Tanner's Balanced Value Impact Model or NG's Benefit Funnel
    • also extract common themes which appear in the different frameworks:
      • who benefits (individual or organisation)
      • timescales (short-term / long-term)
      • etc.

6. B

  • example benefits
    • by scenario to allow people the benefits which could be expressed in different contexts and shared areas of concern
      • e.g.1 Research data: KRDS
      • e.g.2 Institutional or personal archives: examples from SPRUCE Mashup events
    • by type to allow people to identify common themes from the different frameworks and approaches
      • e.g.1 organisational concerns - green issues, efficiency, compliance, reputation, etc.
      • e.g.2 users - access, reuse, funding opportunities, outreach, etc.
      • e.g.3 financial - generating income, making savings, ROI