Is a museum workplace possible which benefits introverts, extroverts, and everyone who's both and in between?
Are museums and workers ready to confront existential threats to their very existence?
Can museums resist the latest get-rich-quick-(by-making-others-poor) scheme?
The cult of busyness is the museum field's daily expression of weaponized and exploited time.
Flexible work is not just schedules and policies. It's roles, skills, mindsets, and more. Otherwise it's fake flexibility: fauxibility.
Museums are addicted to institutional growth but precarity for their people.