Wrong, Revisited: Museum Worker Pain Points
Can we be wrong and right about museum-field pain points at the same time?
Links of the Week: February 17, 2023: Love Your Job or Else
We're told to find joy in our work. But what if we just need to face reality?
The Resignation Might Be Great, but is It Real?
How the Great Resignation, Quiet Quitting, and Hybrid/Remote work interrelate
The Genius Delusion in Museum Work
Like most sectors, museums are in search of geniuses. But is that just the same old idolatry?
Measuring the Unmeasurable in Museum Work
Worker feelings may be impossible to measure, and that's a good thing
Transforming Workplace Time in Museums
Museum leaders have been reacting to crises. What if museum workers just started transforming their time?
The "Cultural Translation" Burden in Museum Work
Is the fine art of cultural translation another organizational trap for museum workers?
AOC, Rock Stars, and Leaderless Movements in Museum Orgs
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is a star, but the rock star system isn't helping politics—or museums.
Roles, Responsibilities, and Hats in Museum Work
What does it mean if our museum jobs are doomed to be undescribable to other museum workers?
Links of the Week: January 21, 2022: Traumatic Times
Exploitation around many individual issues is adding up to big trauma for museum workers.
Boundaries in Museum Work
Boundaries are good, except when they keep us apart. Can museum work manage both?
Links of the Week: July 29, 2021: Time is it After Us
The unequal distribution of time is a museum-field tragedy
Introverts and Extroverts in Museum Work
Is a museum workplace possible which benefits introverts, extroverts, and everyone who's both and in between?
Agency and Autonomy in Museums
Autonomy and agency are the internal and external forms of self-actualization that all museum workers need.
TMPR for Museum Workers, Part 4: Resources
This four-part series ends with Resources—can museums move past scarcity to abundance for their workers and orgs?