Robert J Weisberg
I work on a bit of everything in museum content. I find human solutions to tech problems. I geek out on workflow. No, really. I learn and teach and write everything down.
Links of the Week: June 2, 2023: Getting Worked Up About AI
Who will get to decide how AI gets used in museum work?
AI is NOT Coming for Your Museum Job (but Someone Else May Be)—Part 2
Who will decide how AI helps—or replaces—museum work?
Links of the Week: May 26, 2023: The AI Conundrum
There are so many articles about AI that you'd need an AI to summarize them all …
AI is NOT Coming for Your Museum Job (but Someone Else May Be)—Part 1
Does anyone actually know what AI is capable of—and who will suffer in trying to figure that out?
Links of the Week: May 19, 2023: A Climate Collapse Double-Shot
Climate collapse may be the biggest issue museum workers have ever dealt with.
Making Sustainability Sustainable for Museums: an Interview with Caitlin Southwick
Sustainability for museums is a cross-disciplinary mindset.
Links of the Week: May 12, 2023: Time Costs
Museums are discussing big issues but lack the time to implement real changes.
Feelings in the Workplace Are Real
Are orgs ready for what it would mean to treat feelings as tangible objects and processes?
Links of the Week: May 5, 2023: The Mismatch Game
We're hired as matches for our teams, but mismatches are more common in our orgs.
What Museum Human Means by "Hierarchy"
What if just reforming leadership and the hierarchy isn't enough?
Links of the Week: April 28, 2023: Decolonizing and Returning
Will museums need to change their culture and principles to deal with the avalanche of repatriation demands?
Everything Counts when Moving Teams Beyond Burnout: a Chat with Jen Holmes
Leading better teams is a constant process—and the most rewarding workplace practice.
Links of the Week: April 21, 2023: Self Meet Self
Selves at work are complicated—and they should be. Can we deal?
Shrug Culture: Innovation, Help, and Sharing in Museums
All too often, one worker's innovation is another worker's meh.
Links of the Week: April 14, 2023: New Chat, Same as the Old Chat
Our culture has been primed to acquiesce to generative content without a fight.