Museums may not get enough attention in this economy—but they may be important canaries in the coal mine.
Can a blog about museum workplaces have too much about work?
Museum professionals have no shortage of hot takes about the field
How elite is the museum field, anyway?
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?
Artificial intelligence is supposed to do everything, but should AI do anything without people taking the lead?
Warnings about NFTs can't keep pace with the buzz to join in. What should museums do?
Leadership is always considered top-and-center. It should be everywhere.
Discussions of hybrid and remote work have given way to the horror that we've found a substitute normal.
Museums and their workers should avoid financialization in this desperate economy.
The org culture war in museums isn't just new vs old, but changing into the new or changing back into the old.
All the news that isn't can come from anywhere.
If mindfulness is the art of noticing, then NFTs are the new noticing of art.
Workers are stressed, but the leadership radar is focused elsewhere.