The Museum Overwork Dilemma—Us or Them?
We've met the museum overwork enemy—but is it us? Join a co-hosted conversation on June 9 to talk it out.
Are We Approaching Museum Org Culture All Wrong?
What if we're approaching museum org culture backward?
Towards a New Museum Conference Ecosystem?
Nearly 50 museum-field professionals discussed evolving the museum conference-scape into something broader
Next-Level Museum Conference Chess
Come to a Museum Human gathering about museum conference gatherings
Links of the Week: November 19, 2021: Post-Conference-Era Follow-up
My post on museum conferences generated a fair amount of comments. What larger concerns were implicated?
Are We Entering a Post-Museum-Conference Era?
I loved the virtual museum conferences I attended this year, but is it time for a different model altogether?
Links of the Week: October 22, 2021: Tech in the Middle
The end of the calendar year often feels like the time for tech talk.
What a Recent Symposium Says about Museum Democracy
Is it time for a museum-field symposium for the rest of us?
Strategy for the Rest of Us
Thoughts from the first of two weeks of the Museum Computer Network's virtual 2020 conference
The Current Museum Model Has to Die
A new unconference series demands Death to (the institutional failures of) Museums.
Will TED Talks or Tough Talk Lead to Better Org Culture in Museums?
Two simultaneous museum conferences, on opposite sides of the country, highlighted two different approaches to fixing what's wrong with museums.
Hey, Cultural Sector, Agile This
We overuse the term Agile in the organizational lexicon. A recent workshop explored a people-centered path to agile workplaces in the cultural sector.
One peer mentoring door closes, but others are already open …
After two years, the #MCNergy peer mentoring sessions at the Museum Computer Network's annual conference are ending, and that's a good thing.