Will the Challenge of AI Inspire Museums and Workers to Innovate Together? An Interview with Deb Howes
How do museums navigate the AI landscape between the rock of institutional/staff obsolescence and the hard place of private profiteering?
Instead of obsessing about institutional growth, museums should think more about people's progress.
An open-minded and multi-disciplinary approach is making Digital Identities more than just technology.
A longtime museum leader, scholar, and activist says that it's time for museums and their workers to ask hard questions of themselves and their institutions.
Sustainability for museums is a cross-disciplinary mindset.
Leading better teams is a constant process—and the most rewarding workplace practice.
What if museums didn't just listen to children and communities, but did what they were told?
Museums say they want better community relationships but need better emergent skills first.
Though Samantha is guiding the creation of amazing gallery experiences and I’m obsessing on organizational change from within museums, it turned out that we had a lot of concerns in common.
So many of us in the museum technology field are a multitude of different experiences and backgrounds. Susan Edwards fits that to a T.
Dara Blumenthal isn't just diagnosing process problems in today's workplaces. She discusses the very way in which people are viewed—and view themselves—at work and in society.