The history of museum technology is made up of many stories—two museum pros let museum workers tell them.
Remote/hybrid work contradictions are a sign of how far museum workplaces have to go.
A new book questions the progress narrative of Western civilization, and museum workers should take note.
It's too easy to forget the people behind various processes—especially when it's us.
Can museum workers respectfully and humanely balance accountability and experimentation?
Museum workers should pay attention to the recent crypto turbulence—the field doesn't need this instability right now.
The most recent show about work/life (im)balance has some lessons about org culture in the museum field.
As the Great Exhaustion continues apace, can museum workers get past cultural tyrannies?
We've met the museum overwork enemy—but is it us? Join a co-hosted conversation on June 9 to talk it out.
Remote work is only one element of respectful workplaces. What are some others?
What if we're approaching museum org culture backward?
Whose change? And changing into what? What does change mean for museum workers?
Like most sectors, museums are in search of geniuses. But is that just the same old idolatry?
Museums may not get enough attention in this economy—but they may be important canaries in the coal mine.
A book on remote and hybrid workplaces quickly pivots to the place of work in our lives.
Can a blog about museum workplaces have too much about work?