A couple of people—and orgs—I follow have been in a remembering mood.
What does the deaccessioning controversy reveal about the place of museum workers in the organization?
Flexible work is not just schedules and policies. It's roles, skills, mindsets, and more. Otherwise it's fake flexibility: fauxibility.
Museums' audience research efforts are undermined by troubling organizational trends.
A look back at a post from four years ago—are museums any more ready to resist authoritarianism, even in their own org culture?
"Transparency" joins the performative hit parade in museum organizational culture.
Is it time to stop looking for leaders to guide us out of this pestilential age—and start looking to networks of people to rise to the challenge?
What should museums do in the apocalypse? Stop talking about leadership, realism, and the new normal, to start.