What is the org culture that we've supposedly lost by remote and hybrid work, anyway?
Leadership is a practice, not a set of positions. How are museums practicing their leadership?
Museums and organizations haven't figured out the future of worker well-being. Is it beyond their organizational ability?
Can museums and their workers move in the same direction at the same time?
What is to be done if the "fall" of museum work is just a part of a greater malaise?
Discussions about technology are about so much more than machines.
We finish up a three-week link dump with AI and decision-making.
AI was clearly the term of the year—check out some links to see how it played out.
There's no shortage of articles about AI, so we'll start with anything but.
Is there room for different approaches to—or even understandings of—societal collapse?
Climate and societal collapse need to be viewed as a beginning, not an end.
The fact that nothing is moving regarding remote and hybrid work doesn't mean that the issue isn't front and center in our working lives.
After a virtual conference considered the Future of Museums, can we find common ground between civics, tech, and worker wellbeing?
Are museum workers ready to help society confront hard choices?
Do museums have the organizational culture to tackle real problems in real ways?