Links of the Week: March 15, 2024: The Ides of Change

Change isn't as simple as one event.

Links of the Week: March 8, 2024: We Who (or Don't) ABIDE

Taking on the backlash against respect and opportunity for all people in workplaces will take more than a couple of all-staff mandates.

Links of the Week: March 1, 2024: Futures and Presents, Perfect and Imperfect

Speculative fiction only works if we understand our past and present.

Links of the Week: February 23, 2024: Let Us List the Ways

What is the org culture that we've supposedly lost by remote and hybrid work, anyway?

Links of the Week: February 9, 2024: Leaders All the Way Down?

Leadership is a practice, not a set of positions. How are museums practicing their leadership?

Links of the Week: February 2, 2024: Can't Pass on the Future

Museums and organizations haven't figured out the future of worker well-being. Is it beyond their organizational ability?

Links of the Week: January 26, 2024: Finding Forward

Can museums and their workers move in the same direction at the same time?

Links of the Week: January 19, 2024: Museum Workers Come in from the Cold?

What is to be done if the "fall" of museum work is just a part of a greater malaise?

Links of the Week: January 12, 2024: Blood in the System

Discussions about technology are about so much more than machines.

Links of the Week: January 5, 2024: Digging in the Link Pile, part 3

We finish up a three-week link dump with AI and decision-making.

Links of the Week: December 29, 2023: Digging in the Link Pile, part 2 (and finding AI)

AI was clearly the term of the year—check out some links to see how it played out.

Links of the Week: December 22, 2023: Digging in the Link Pile, part 1

There's no shortage of articles about AI, so we'll start with anything but.

Links of the Week: December 15, 2023: Collapsagideon Time

Is there room for different approaches to—or even understandings of—societal collapse?

Links of the Week: December 1, 2023: We Can't Grow Our Way Out of This

Climate and societal collapse need to be viewed as a beginning, not an end.

Links of the Week: November 24, 2023: Hybrid for the Holidays

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.