Some leaders think the Great Resignation is caused by bad vibes. It's more than that.
Whose change? And changing into what? What does change mean for museum workers?
The org culture war in museums isn't just new vs old, but changing into the new or changing back into the old.
It's been a big year in links … let's start by focusing on change.
Can museum workers really down bring their own system?
Can the exceptionalist museum field move in a collaborative, networked direction?
What kind of org culture must a museum have to fight the interconnected crises of racism, climate collapse, and fascism?
Everyone's asking questions about what a museum should be. Can we change what museums will be?
Hope can lead to transformation—are museums ready to support their workers in the days ahead?
Is ignoring the org structure the best way to make change or just more safe, performative rebellion?
A new unconference series demands Death to (the institutional failures of) Museums.
What should museums do in the apocalypse? Stop talking about leadership, realism, and the new normal, to start.
Two of us self-styled change agents wrote a book about how to deal with change, and then how to deal yourself in.