What is the org culture that we've supposedly lost by remote and hybrid work, anyway?
Why can't defenders of the workplace get over how often they're empty?
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.
Museum Human readers in 2023 enjoyed interviews almost as much as reading about quiet quitting.
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?
The metaverse is just one way that museums are trying to expand audiences and knowledge of their collections.
Clickbait headlines about "the end of remote work" are as unhelpful as those about quiet quitting.
Sometimes a debate swamps the actual issue. Remote/hybrid work is one of those times.
How we handle meetings, is about our organization, our practices, our workloads, and our time for trust.
The jury is still out on the future of workplaces.
The second quarter of the year was a time for Museum Human to up its interview game.
Remote/hybrid work has been caught up in the workplace burnout machine.