AmbITion is a digital transformation methodology and toolkit, so far successfully used with over 150 enterprises and their customers and staff. Independent academic studies have verified that 86% organisations adapted one or more areas of their business to be digital through using the approach, and 37% of these digitally transformed all areas of their business.
Jupiter Artland has collaborated with Edinburgh Napier University to produce a brand new cutting edge app for iOS 7. Jupiter Artland is a 100 acre contemporary sculpture park just outside Edinburgh and was granted digital development funding from Amb:IT:on Scotland to develop digital interaction with its art collection.
Having recently moved our main year-round bookings system into the cloud we took the decision to move onto VIA by Red61 for our festival ticketing as this would improve efficiency, remove allocation management and allow all our companies to access their own reports. Whilst scoping the installation of VIA it became clear that we’d need […]
Today the IPCC published its report to confirm that by 2100, the average projection for how much warming will occur is expected to be slightly above the 2 degrees C threshold, considered to be the temperature above which it is considered that climate change will damage the global environment. As well as the damage humans […]
Impact and overview of the AmbITion Scotland programme from January 2012 – September 2013. This is a presentation shared with the audience at the Digital Horizon Consultation event on 24 September 2013. Please feel free to also explore the Google Map created for this presentation which locates all the AmbITion Scotland event locations and Make:IT:Happen […]
The Scottish National Jazz Orchestra’s Amb:IT:ion Approach grant enabled an expert to examine our current online presence and mechanisms, identify problems, suggest solutions for future digital development to ensure a robust, sustainable and effective future for the orchestra.
AmbITion Scotland’s touring workshop programme has already brought digital development training to a host of venues, large and small, from the Scottish borders to Findhorn – but the challenge of taking Practical Video Making to the Isle of Eigg on 30 August 2013 has proved to be the most ambitious feat of event organisation that the team has tackled yet!
With an award form the Make IT Happen fund Plantation Productions worked with Post Creative to produced a new website to profile the films and work that they do in the Greater Govan Community in Glasgow.
Scotland’s arts, culture and heritage organisations today received more than £91,000 in 14 separate National Lottery funding awards awarded by AmbITion Scotland that will enable recipients to access and make the most of the opportunities presented by digital technologies.
(A shorter version of this article by Hannah Rudman appeared as a blog in The Guardian’s Culture Professionals Network.) A huge body of science built up over the last 50 years proves that climate change is anthropogenic: human made. The balance of nature is being significantly affected by the amount of carbon dioxide (CO2) humans and […]