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?
Organizations are too often centered on leaders. How can museums shift to centering the humanity of everyone?
More museums are co-creating, but a deep and widespread practice will require a new org culture.
A four-part series continues with the place of people in the museum field. It's not as obvious as you think.
Museums have no problem starting new work. Why is ending old work so difficult to get right?
A broken museum model has made staff learning a failure. It's time to put workers in charge for a change.
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.
Surveys on museum employee engagement are now commonplace. But real engagement comes from accountability, and that starts with respect for all staff.