Worker feelings may be impossible to measure, and that's a good thing
Workers have been told that they need to collaborate better. But is that missing the point?
Can we acknowledge doom and collapse and still make positive change in museums?
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?
More museums are co-creating, but a deep and widespread practice will require a new org culture.
Museum workers are done with buzzwords. So how do we move from words to real impact?
"Transparency" joins the performative hit parade in museum organizational culture.
I was once an occasional tweeter. This year, I resolved to share every day about museum org culture. Here's how Month One went.
Changing your mind? Open to opinions? The museum field doesn't seem to value I-don't-know-it-alls.
The workplace psychology movement of the week is a call for authenticity. Do museums have a particular office honesty problem?