Project management and digital transformation. Performance measuring model of digital projects and archives
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Every organization and every innovation, including digital transformation, are based on projects; one third of the world’s economy is based on projects. Digital-based innovations consist of “multidisciplinary” prospects based on juridical, organizational, archival and technological dimensions. Moreover the project has to use management methodologies: project management has become an important discipline in this context. The project and its management methodologies use a systemic approach for the management areas. Similarly digital archive innovations require a multidisciplinary approach: it identifies a transformation from the pure analytical approach towards a complex, multidisciplinary and interdependent systems.
The project and digital archive initiatives have to strategically use the approach and project oriented organization, based on a multidisciplinary and systemic approach: the “digital project”. This approach requires to measure results of the used digital strategies and to evaluate the relative projects. The strategic perspectives management consists of balanced indicators for the related disciplines, through using Digital Scorecard (DSC), digital archive performance named Overall digital Archive Effectiveness (OAE) and the Digital Manager based on an equilibrium of competences emerging from the application of games theory.