Turns out that searching for the meaning of all things requires a looser org structure than you'd expect.
This week's links include the polycrisis, transparency, care vs fascism, and what museums should be doing about it all.
Everyone's got an opinion about chatbots, but is anyone doing anything about them?
Sometimes it's what's missing that defines our workplaces.
Museums and their workers have a world full of problems to deal with.
We're told to find joy in our work. But what if we just need to face reality?
Tech was supposed to make the world safe for everything, but it's mostly been good for corporate profits so far.
Do museum workers pay enough attention to goals, planning, and trends?
You can tell a lot about a society by what it values.
Can organizations learn how to be better throughout?
We laugh off some spectacles and collapses to our peril
The new year starts with a lot of links but a lot less masking …
Tech isn't helping museums' problems with alternate realities.
The digital revolution only papered over workplace problems.
Considering their educational pedigrees, museum workers aren't used to thinking of their institutions as systems.