The British Museum Report

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THE BRITISHMUSEUM
Table of ContentsINTRODUCTION...........................................................................................................................3TASK1.............................................................................................................................................3Outline how The British Museum are governed, establish their purpose, ethos and objectivestogether with how they operate their business financially considering their charity status........3Brief evaluation...........................................................................................................................6TASK2.............................................................................................................................................6Identification of key stakeholders...............................................................................................6Brief evaluation...........................................................................................................................9REFRENCE...................................................................................................................................10
INTRODUCTIONTourism is the largest contributors to the local economy and generates job opportunitiesfor thousands of local people. Sustainable tourism contributes to a balanced and healthyeconomy by creating tourism related jobs, revenues and taxes while protecting and enhancing thedestination’s social, cultural, historical, natural and built resources for the enjoyment and wellbeing of both residents and visitors(Alberti, 2017). Organisation undertaken in this report is TheBritish Museum which was established in 1753 in London UK. This report will outline anorganisational profile for The British Museum. It will also Identify the key stakeholders to TheBritish Museum, then using relevant theory evaluate the level of impact these stakeholders canhave in an organisation.TASK1Outline how The British Museum are governed, establish their purpose, ethos and objectivestogether with how they operate their business financially considering their charity status.Overview of the history of British MuseumThe British Museum was established in 1753 in the Bloomsbury area of London, UK.This was first public national museum in the world. It is based on the collection of the Irishphysicians and scientist whose name is sir Hans Sloane and first time the museum opened for thepublic was in 1759. it continuous expansion has connected various educational institutions withthe museum(Caygill, 2014). It has grew over the next 200 years and has nearly 6 million visitorsin a year. Over the years the museum has started to concentrate more and more on historicalobjects and sculptures.It is also committed to the sustainable development throughout all the aspects of itsoperations and promotes sustainability. It will support environmental and sustainabledevelopment foremost practices throughout the Museum assemblage and will establish itscommitment to constant improvement and innovation in all features of environmentalmanagement and sustainable development. For this purpose, the museum will implement the newdesign of building which will have green roof and ensure that it will be implemented to the entirebuilding(Chambers, 2015). The type of planting and leafage will be cautiously selected andpreserved to discuss the danger of pest filtration or damage to the Museum’s collection. The newarrangement will also implement the energy efficient design wherein the main portion of
building plant will be designed with maximum energy efficiency in mind and heat improvementsystems for instance being employed on all ventilation systems and laboratory exhausts.Mission and strategic objectivesTheir mission is to illuminate the current and future generations through out the worldand histories of cultures by protecting, presenting, enhancing and researching the unique nationalcollection in its care.The following are the strategic objectives of the British Museum and they are discussedbelow :The museum to the citizensLatest and innovative technologies enable the enlightenment abstract to be given a quitefresh reality(Childe, 2014). It is possible to make the collection accessible, explorableand enjoyable, not just for those who visit but to everybody with a computer or a mobiledevice. It can become the private collection of the whole world.The more Museum raises to this situation, the greater will be its consequence oncommunity coherence and understanding internally and internationally.The collectionIts primary objective is that the majority of the collection will be housed on site inBloomsbury, London in optimal conditions, easily available for education and professionallymanaged.Charity status of the British MuseumAs a charity, this acquires a generous assistance from its partners and helpers.Companies, individuals, trusts, foundations and statutory bodies supported a broad scopeof evidences, research projects and training programmes.The government’s cultural protection fund managed by the British council plays a criticalduty in encouraging the museum’s international activity on capability building. The fundwill assist the circulating artefacts project delivered by the department of ancient Egyptand Sudan.The British museum trustees have united a scheme which are designed to maximise thenet contribution from fundraising sustainably over the long term and company(Delany,2015). Museum staff participates in fundraising are capable to the organisations code ofconduct. The trustees have united fundraising principles and acquired advancement
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