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1 Introduction, In December 2016 the Board of Trustees of the Science Museum agreed the Strategic Priorities for the Group. for the period 2017 30 This Plan sets out what we will deliver over the next four years against these Strategic. Priorities and their associated actions with the sharpest focus on 2017 18 It is primarily for internal. reference This Plan does not aim to be comprehensive the scale and diversity of our activities precludes this. Instead it focuses on agreed priorities that deliver progress and change in accordance with SMG Strategic. Priorities The plan represents a snapshot in time and our intentions should funding be successful As the plan. rolls forward on an annual basis it will be updated to reflect the outcome of funding applications as well as. new developments or changes in circumstance Each Museum Group wide department and SCMG Enterprises. may produce its own more detailed plans for local use plans for sections teams and individuals will sit. underneath these,2 SMG Strategic Priorities,Vision mission and values. The long term strategic priorities that drive SMG activity in this period are founded upon a vision. mission and values that are shared across the organisation Our mission Inspiring Futures acts as our North. Star to ensure consistency in all our discussions and decisions Each Museum also has a distinctive focus that. reflects its own remit, SMG vision A society that celebrates science technology and engineering and their impact on our lives. now and in the future,SMG mission We inspire futures by. Creative exploration of science technical innovation and industry and how they. made and sustain modern society, Building a scientifically literate society using the history present and future of. science technology medicine transport and media to grow science capital and. Inspiring the next generations of scientists inventors and engineers. SMG values We will,Reveal wonder,Share authentic stories. Ignite curiosity,Be open for all,Strategic priorities. Core priorities,1 Grow science capital in individuals and society. 2 Grow our audiences and exceed their expectations. 3 Sustain and grow our world class collection,Supporting priorities. 4 Extend our international reach,5 Transform our estate. 6 Harness the potential of digital,7 Increase income. Final SMG Plan 2017 18 2, Over the period of this plan we will be making major progress towards the achievement of our vision with. activity which goes well beyond business as usual The One Collection project which includes the largest. capital development project the Group has undertaken in 20 years will be close to completion By 2021 this. project will have delivered a new purpose built collection facility at Wroughton digitised the majority of our. artefact collection c 320 000 and commenced transfer of these from Blythe House to the new facility At the. Science Museum we will have completed the first phase of our masterplan with the opening of the Medicine. Galleries in 2019 and be well underway with the next phase running up to 2023 The Special Exhibition Gallery. will be open at MSI and running a programme of major ticketed exhibitions NRM will have undergone its. biggest transformation since opening with the redevelopment of the Great Hall due to open 2021 and NSMM. will be close to completing the new object rich Sound and Vision Gallery We have made clear in our priorities. that we wish to extend our international reach In particular over the period of this plan we are seeking to. grow our touring exhibitions programme and extend our reach starting with China. SMG plays a central and irreplaceable role in deepening and expanding science literacy in the UK At the end. of 2017 we will complete the 5 year Enterprising Science project and Building Bridges The subsequent. embedding of this research into practice in particular the use of Science Capital is well underway and by 2021. SMG will be the sector leading practitioner The establishment of the Trans Pennine STEM ambassador hub. will further extend our work via a network of over 3000 volunteers Our Learning Resources strategy will. establish a Group wide approach and set of standards for enabling our users to make the most of our. museums This will be facilitated by developing world leading digital learning resources that are a go to. destination for educators students and families, A particular focus over this period is on our supporting priorities and getting our core infrastructure right so. we can become more agile and fast paced easily refresh infrastructure consolidate services across the Group. reduce costs in the long run and make the estate more manageable We have already made progress with our. web estate and by the end of 2017 18 will have completed the first phase of the Digital Strategy with an. entirely rebuilt technology infrastructure forming the foundation of future initiatives Likewise the first phase. of our ICT strategy will complete at the end of 2017 18 when we will have stabilised existing infrastructure and. transformed the networks platforms systems and processes into a modern estate From 2018 onwards we. can begin to look at adding value to the investment made In terms of our physical estate additional. investment will be made in remedial works required across the estate as part of a ten year programme of. activity alongside ongoing maintenance activity, The biggest part of SMG income is direct Grant in Aid GIA from the UK Government via our sponsor. department the Department for Culture Media and Sport GIA declined in recent years by 30 in real terms. between 2010 and 2015 In order to fulfil our goals on behalf of our visitors we are prioritising income. generation to an even greater degree In particular both diversifying and growing sustainable unrestricted. income Over the next five years we are focusing on the expansion of our corporate events business. continued delivery of Wonderlab The Statoil Gallery exploration of membership schemes at SM. development of revenue generating programmes which combine our world class learning resources and our. commercial offers developing our ticketed and touring exhibitions and a focused and consistent effort to. generate income from the existing surplus land at Wroughton In terms of our people we are focusing on. strategic resourcing ensuring we have the right people doing the right roles growing our volunteer base and. establishing apprenticeships,Final SMG Plan 2017 18 3. 4 CORE PRIORITY 1,GROW SCIENCE CAPITAL IN INDIVIDUALS AND SOCIETY. SMG s offer and reputation for lifelong informal STEM learning and engagement is the best in the. Use the principle of Science Capital to describe and shape our learning content and programmes across all sites. Owner Site Deliverable, Tom SMG 1 1 Complete Enterprising Science and Building Bridges Projects by December 17. O Leary 1 2 Submit funding application to extend Enterprising Science by mid 2017. 1 3 Embed Science Capital principles across all SMG Learning activity by 2018. and wider Museum activity by 2020, 1 4 Deliver booked education group targets 2017 18. SM 460 000 MSI 70 000 NRM 37 000 NRM Shildon 6000 NSMM 34 000. Develop world leading digital learning resources that are a go to destination for educators students families. Owner Site Deliverable, Tom SMG 1 5 Complete initial roll out of Learning Resources Strategy by March 2018. O Leary 1 6 Deliver new online learning offer 2019. Refocus the Outreach team to work on encouraging visits to our Museums by under represented groups and. achieving financial sustainability,Owner Site Deliverable. Tom SMG 1 7 Outreach activity to achieve cost neutral status by 2018. O Leary 1 8 Set up Trans Pennine STEM ambassador hub 2017. 1 9 Apply for London ambassador hub 2018 19, Deliver a successful Wonderlab offer at our Museums in London Bradford Manchester and York. Owner Site Deliverable, Tom SMG 1 10 Wonderlab The Statoil Gallery 267 000 general visitors 2017 18. O Leary Educational group visitors 162 000 2017 18 and 200 000 by 2018 19. 1 11 NSMM Wonderlab Increase overall visits to museum to 459 000. 2017 18 and overall education group visits to 34 000 2017 18. 1 12 Develop plans for delivery of Wonderlab at MSI and NRM in 2021. Deploy audience research to improve our offer with particular emphasis on education groups and under 8s. Owner Site Deliverable, Tom SMG 1 13 Apply a Group wide approach to audience research advocacy from 17 18. O Leary 1 14 Introduce segmentation and qualitative measures for booked education. groups March 2018, 1 15 Develop a vision for our under 8s offer with initial outline ideas Spring 2018. Increase sustainable programming for adults at non peak times. Owner Site Deliverable, Tom SMG 1 16 Pilot structured adult learning programme 2019. Final SMG Plan 2017 18 4,5 CORE PRIORITY 2,GROW OUR AUDIENCES AND EXCEED THEIR EXPECTATIONS. We understand and consistently meet or exceed our visitors expectations we reach and reflect. the communities we aim to serve, Consistently deliver exhibitions and programmes at all sites that are critically acclaimed and popular Share. public programme content skills and expertise across SMG sites. Owner Site Deliverable,Jonathan SM Exhibitions and programmes. Newby 2 1 India and Photography India Science and Technology September 2017. 2 2 Antenna Feature Antibiotic Resistance November 2017. 2 3 2018 21 Deliver one major ticketed exhibition and 2 free exhibitions including. one contemporary science exhibition per year,Gallery Refreshes. 2 4 Agriculture Gallery refreshed 2018 as an updatable exhibition. Sally MSI Exhibitions and programmes, MacDonald 2 5 Ticketed exhibition Robots autumn 2017. 2 6 Arts science outdoor commissions 2017 21, 2 7 2018 21 Develop future exhibitions programme for Special Exhibitions Gallery. open Dec 2018 with touring capability, 2 8 Grow reputation and reach of Manchester Science Festival 2017 2021. Jo NSMM Exhibitions and programmes, Quinton 2 9 2017 21 Deliver one winter and one family focused summer exhibition. Tulloch delivered through partnership per year, 2 10 Deliver concept launch event for the Bradford Science Festival 2017 and. establish the capacity and funding required for full delivery in 2018. Paul NRM Exhibitions and programmes, Kirkman 2 11 Mystery on the Rails Season March September 2017. 2 12 2018 21 Deliver one spring summer season of programming per year. Deliver the objectives and targets for visitor numbers demographics and quality of experience set out in each. Museum s Audience Development Plan to 2020 review and refresh Audience Development Plans every 3 years. Owner Site Deliverable,2 13 Visit No s 2017 18 2018 19 2019 20 2020 21. Jonathan Newby SM 3 240 000 3 300 000 3 400 000 3 300 000. Sally MacDonald MSI 637 000 650 000 700 000 750 000. Paul Kirkman NRM York 711 000 750 000 730 000 730 000. Paul Kirkman NRM Shildon 174 000 175 000 175 000 175 000. Jo Quinton Tulloch NSMM 458 000 473 000 487 000 501 000. Any discrepancies in totals due SMG 5 220 000 5 348 000 5 492 000 5 456 000. to roundings, Museum Directors 2 14 Review Audience Development Plans by March 2018. Roger Highfield 2 15 Conclude brand development for SM and SMG as a whole March 2018 and. agree roll out 2018 19, For subscription membership services see Increase Income section p 11 For volunteer and apprenticeship. programme see Enabling Activity section p 12,Final SMG Plan 2017 18 5. 6 CORE PRIORITY 3,SUSTAIN AND GROW OUR WORLD CLASS COLLECTION. SMG s collection is the best in the world for our fields well understood well housed and. accessible physically and digitally and used effectively by SMG and others for research display. learning and pleasure,Complete the One Collection project by 2023. Owner Site Deliverable,Jonathan SMG 3 1 One Collection project. Newby 2017 18 Deliver enabling works and commence collections engagement strategy. mass digitisation collections survey and hazard management. 2018 19 Commence build of collection store at Wroughton. 2019 20 Complete collection store build,2020 21 Object moves 2023 Project complete. Prioritise our holdings through a rigorous programme of collections review and ethical disposal. Owner Site Deliverable, Sally SMG 3 2 2017 18 Increase the pace of agreed disposals by reducing the median time. MacDonald to dispose from 8 to 6 months and resolve 200 historic loans by acquisition. or return to lender, 3 3 2017 19 Undertake Collection Review to improve our understanding of. collections across the group identifying significant material and potential. disposals including 5 initial collection assessments by March 2018. 3 4 Complete Collection Review project including agreeing disposals arising from. detailed assessments by March 2019, 3 5 Complete management of agreed high priority collections hazard areas. identified through Collection Hazards Matrix at each site excluding rail. vehicles by March 2018, 3 6 Complete management of rail vehicle collection hazards by 2020 21. Significantly increase the scope and pace of collections digitisation using collections moves for gallery. developments exhibitions and research as prompts to populate the Collections Online service launched in 2016. Owner Site Deliverable, John SMG 3 7 Resolve data structure issues and improve collections management systems. Stack Sally to facilitate efficiency of moves and digital capture December 2017. MacDonald 3 8 Large scale digitisation of object collections commence February 2018 in line. with digitisation plan, 3 9 Medical collections large scale digitisation complete December 2019 rich. media oral histories added to online medical collection phase 1 2017 phase. 3 10 Backlog of digitised photography collection primarily at NRM and NSMM. online commence 2017 and completed by 2019, 3 11 Addition of 3D scans to online collection starts 2019 through London Science. City masterplan project,Final SMG Plan 2017 18 6, Seek out opportunities for significant acquisitions with particular emphasis on contemporary science and. technology,Owner Site Deliverable, Museum SMG 3 12 Make significant acquisitions in accordance with collecting policies including. Directors strategic collecting towards exhibition and masterplan developments. Sally 3 13 Grow research capacity and skills across the organisation to enhance. MacDonald collections knowledge and underpin acquisitions strategy by. Holding an annual SMG research conference moving from SMG site to. site Work with colleagues across SMG to ensure conferences workshops. and seminars are a normal part of the working life of all SMG museums. SMGJ editorial team to work across SMG to build capacity so that by. 2018 each SMG museum and relevant department submits at least one. article to SMGJ per annum,Final SMG Plan 2017 18 7. 7 SUPPORTING PRIORITY 4,EXTEND OUR INTERNATIONAL REACH. SMG has a very strong international profile and reputation for excellence that enhances our offer. promotes the UK and generates income, Undertake market analysis for designated regions and activities and initiate new collaborations accordingly. China will be the first priority,Owner Site Deliverable. Jonathan SMG Adopt a strategic approach to working in and with China based on. Newby 4 1 Touring exhibitions work towards Science Splendour and Wonder. Materials being displayed in mainland China by 2018 19 tour Robots to Hong. Kong 2020 21, 4 2 Professional development activities pilot cost effective internships and or. training offer starting collaborating with Wuhan Science Technology. Association from May 2017, 4 3 Working with partners in China to develop an exhibition on Chinese science. potentially for SMG in the UK in 2022 or later, 4 4 Extending our networks through visits meetings and exchange of. information including with relevant UK agencies and including Taiwan and. the Special Administrative Regions of Hong Kong and Macao. Grow our touring exhibitions programme according to a sustainable business model. Owner Site Deliverable, Jonathan SMG 4 5 Add at least one exhibition to the portfolio per year from SM and one every 3. Newby years from MSI based on current forward programmes. 4 6 Deliver a breakeven touring programme as a minimum. Strengthen networks for communication and advocacy of SMG international working. Work closely with UK public sector agencies to add value to each other s work and help maintain the UK s soft. power ranking,Owner Site Deliverable, Jonathan SMG 4 7 Agree by 30 April 2018 a communications plan for regular internal and. Newby external dissemination of SMG s international working and for intelligence. gathering implement thereafter, Devise specific programmes to promote UK innovation and manufacturing. Owner Site Deliverable, Jonathan SMG 4 8 Tour Wonder Materials from 2017 18. Newby 4 9 Act as content partner in the UK Pavilion at the World Expo 2017 helping to. shape the narrative about the UK s innovations in Energy technologies. specifically Graphene,Final SMG Plan 2017 18 8,8 SUPPORTING PRIORITY 5. TRANSFORM OUR ESTATE, Our buildings public spaces and facilities will be welcoming and inspiring places to visit effective. and accessible housing for the collection and great places to work. Deliver agreed masterplan projects and develop future phases using best practice in procurement standards. and focusing on value for money and customer service Work with a wide range of partners and stakeholders to. ensure that SMG Museums deliver optimum benefits for the places where they are located as well as for. museum users Use masterplan projects to drive programmes for academic research collection digitisation and. acquisitions and online content and for increased efficiency sustainability and social inclusion. Owner Site Deliverable,Karen SM 5 1 Lecture theatre and entrance area. Livingstone 2017 18 Complete construction and open May 2017. 5 2 Levels 4 and 5 Events Space, 2017 18 Complete design and procurement and commence construction Open. 5 3 Groups Entrance Refurbishment,2017 18 Complete summer 2017. 5 4 Supporters Centre,2017 18 Design and procurement Open November 2018. 5 5 London Science City Gallery, 2017 18 Continue design work Complete design and procurement and. commence construction 2018 19 Open May 2019,5 6 Medicine Galleries. 2017 18 Complete design and procurement and commence construction. Complete construction 2018 19 Open 2019,5 7 Masterplan Phase 2 2019 2023. 2017 18 scope next phase of the Masterplan,Karen MSI 5 8 Special Exhibitions Gallery. Livingstone 2017 18 Continue construction open December 2018. 5 9 Public Realm developments significantly progressed 2018 19. Karen NRM 6 1 Great Hall and Wonderlab 2017 18 Submit HLF Stage 1 Application for. Livingstone opening in 2021, Karen NSMM 5 11 Sound and Vision Galleries Submit HLF Stage 1 Application 2017 18 for. Livingstone opening in 2021, Develop skills in project and programme management across the organisation. Owner Site Deliverable, Karen SMG 5 12 Develop mechanisms in 2017 18 to manage our portfolio of masterplan. Livingstone projects across the group, Deliver efficient and fit for purpose back of house facilities and integrated estate management. Owner Site Deliverable, Karen SMG 5 13 2017 18 Establish strategic priorities for estate maintenance across the. Livingston Group and commence programme of remedial works. Final SMG Plan 2017 18 9,9 SUPPORTING PRIORITY 6,HARNESS THE POTENTIAL OF DIGITAL. SMG digital offer is acknowledged as one of the best in the world and its websites are a global. destination for their subjects, Increase audience reach see p 6 for collections digitisation deliverables. Owner Site Deliverable, John Stack SMG 6 1 Online visit targets 10 year on year growth. 2017 18 13 7m 2018 19 15 1m 2019 20 16 6m 2020 21 18 3m. 6 2 Establish multimedia collection narrative formats to which all masterplan. projects and exhibitions contribute by autumn 2017. 6 3 Implement annual online user survey and more sophisticated digital metrics. 6 4 Make content available where audiences are active YouTube Google. Cultural Institute etc Ongoing,Enhance the audience experience. Owner Site Deliverable, John Stack SMG 6 5 Complete refresh of online estate by March 2018 and commence rolling. 6 6 Implement Group wide on gallery digital platform by December 2019. 6 7 Complete virtual reality VR experience digital lab project and deliver two. digital lab hack days by September 2017,Enable audience participation. Owner Site Deliverable, John Stack SMG 6 8 Establish an online crowdsourcing platform to enable audiences to contribute. to digitised collections as funding permits, 6 9 Deliver digital aspects of participation projects for Medical Galleries by 2019. including online publication of oral histories,Final SMG Plan 2017 18 10. 10 SUPPORTING PRIORITY 7,INCREASE INCOME, Sustainable unrestricted income from a variety of sources is significantly greater than in 2015 16. and is used efficiently to realise SMG s vision, Implement the recommendations and targets of the SMG Income Plan agreed in 2016 areas identified as. having potential for growth include, o Our events business especially using the new custom built facilities at the Science Museum. o Our educational activities, o Greater exploitation of our estate particularly at Wroughton. o Membership subscription schemes,Owner Site Deliverable. Jane Ellis SMG 7 1 SMG total unrestricted income target 2017 18 excl GIA 23 362m. Specific initiatives,7 2 Wonderlab 1 412m,7 3 Robots exhibition 2 075m. 7 4 Learning led income initiatives including birthday parties 0 2m. 7 5 Wroughton estate 0 871m, 7 6 Secure new catering partnership for levels 4 and 5 ready to start hire. Increase revenues through digital channels,Owner Site Deliverable. Jane Ellis SMG 7 7 Develop options for an e commerce offer 2017 18. Use the new CRM system to provide a holistic customer offer that encompasses both the free and paid for. elements and encourages increased spend per head,Owner Site Deliverable. Jane Ellis SMG 7 8 Spend per head 2017 18 SM 4 88 SMG TBC. 7 9 Undertake market testing to establish what our family audience would value. in a membership scheme in 2017 18, Develop commercial skills more widely across the organisation. Owner Site Deliverable, Jane Ellis SMG 7 10 Develop business case methodology to be used by SM Income Group for all. commercial proposals in 2017 18,Final SMG Plan 2017 18 11. 11 ENABLING ACTIVITY,People and Culture, In order to deliver the SMG Strategy we need to ensure we have the right people doing the right roles. working in a culture that supports entrepreneurialism income generation and professionalism Over the next. four years we are focussing on strategic resourcing growing volunteers and apprenticeships and implanting. improved ways of working to support organisational change. Expand the volunteering programme to support every major exhibition. Owner Site Deliverable, Judith SMG 8 1 Implement online volunteer recruitment across SMG 2017 18. McNicol 8 2 Develop Volunteer Management training modules 2017 18. Deliver an efficient and successful apprenticeship programme. Owner Site Deliverable, Judith SMG 8 3 Establish 3 4 apprentices in 2017 to trial the new systems procedures being. McNicol built as a result of the apprenticeship reforms. 8 4 Grow an apprenticeship programme to include more apprenticeships in. more roles 2018 2020,IT Infrastructure, In order to enable the organisation to achieve its plans a number of IT infrastructure projects are taking place. The first phase of our ICT strategy will complete at the end of 2017 18 when we will have stabilised existing. infrastructure and transformed the networks platforms systems and processes into a modern estate From. 2018 onwards we will begin to look at adding value to the investment made through better business. processes agile development automation and integration. Owner Site Deliverable, Jane Ellis SMG 8 5 Complete estate wide Local Area Network LAN Upgrades by April 2017. 8 6 Complete Wide Area Network Programme WAN Upgrade Security and. Office 365 by June 2017, 8 7 Commence on premise infrastructure migration to Data Centre by September. 2017 complete phase 1 March 2018 Phase 2 2018 19,8 8 New finance system in place 2017 18. NRM in Shildon, Locomotion was opened in 2004 as a joint venture between the Science Museum Group and Durham County. Council the partners Despite a great amount of goodwill and enthusiasm for the partnership the current. two tier structure causes difficulty in running the museum effectively At the request of the partners a review. into the future governance and operation of Locomotion was carried out in 2016 As a result the partners. agreed that operational responsibility for the museum should be fully transferred to SMG commencing the. process in 2017,Owner Site Deliverable, Paul NRM in 8 9 Implement recommendations of the report into the Future Governance and. Kirkman Shildon Operation of Locomotion 2017,Final SMG Plan 2017 18 12. 4 Key strategic risks, Risk Financial sustainability and reliance on government subsidy. Mitigation Strategic income plan rigorous cost control and maintenance of appropriate reserves focus on. income generation,Owner Finance Director, Risk Failure to care manage and develop the collection. Mitigation Strategic acquisitions collections audit collections review Wroughton masterplan development. One Collection project development,Owner Group Head of Collection. Risk Historic under investment in infrastructure both physical and digital. Mitigation Permanent estates team in place prioritised programme of capital investment use Masterplan. opportunities for estate remediation improvements medium term investment in ICT progress. SMG Digital Strategy, Owner Director of Masterplan and Estate and Digital Director. Risk Operational capacity insufficient to deliver masterplans. Mitigation Pacing of masterplan projects advance planning across whole Group to assess capacity and. resource requirements,Owner Director of Masterplan and Estate. Risk Core compliance with statutory obligations and H S. Mitigation Implement recommendations for statutory compliance in estates function contract review of term. contractors data management programme in house Legal Counsel review. Owner Deputy Director and Chief Operating Officer,Final SMG Plan 2017 18 13. Summary of SMG Budget 2017 18,000s 2016 17 2017 18 2018 19 2019 20 2020 21. GIA 37 344 37 344 37 344 37 344 37 344,Enterprises 16 273 16 338 17 109 17 866 18 058. Visitor giving 2 500 2 796 2 800 2 900 2 900, New Interactive Galleries 1 043 1 203 1 263 1 326 1 392. Other income 3 136 3 687 3 405 3 230 3 198, Total unrestricted income 60 296 61 367 61 920 62 667 62 893. Operating costs 51 405 54 594 55 760 56 928 57 554. Operational investment 3 347 4 034 2 990 2 560 2 460. Contingency less reserves 2 000 1 000 1 000 1 000 999. 56 752 59 628 59 750 60 488 61 013, Operational surplus deficit 3 544 1 740 2 171 2 178 1 880. Project activity,Income 3 610 4 471 3 353 5 346 4 229. Costs 6 837 6 122 5 350 7 471 6 556, Net project activity 3 227 1 651 1 997 2 125 2 327. Surplus deficit before Masterplan 317 88 174 53 447. Masterplan Activity,Income 12 862 14 094 34 295 26 950 9 855. Costs 23 331 25 323 44 963 39 531 18 480, Net Masterplan activity 10 469 11 229 10 669 12 582 8 625. Loan funding 4 404 0 0 0 0, Reserves movements 5 748 11 141 10 495 12 528 9 072.
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