Some leaders think the Great Resignation is caused by bad vibes. It's more than that.
Remote/hybrid work contradictions are a sign of how far museum workplaces have to go.
Remote work is only one element of respectful workplaces. What are some others?
Museums may not get enough attention in this economy—but they may be important canaries in the coal mine.
A book on remote and hybrid workplaces quickly pivots to the place of work in our lives.
What would a more "natural" museum workplace look like?
The disagreement between remoters and returners is turning nasty. Will museum workers get caught in the middle?
All the news that isn't can come from anywhere.
Workers are stressed, but the leadership radar is focused elsewhere.
Museum Human finishes the year with links about hybrid work, tech, NFTs, and capitalism.
What's Museum Human's take on 2021, and what's in store for 2022?
A survey reveals that museum workers have mixed views of remote arrangements and often feel that they're coming to the office for no good reason.
My post on museum conferences generated a fair amount of comments. What larger concerns were implicated?
Workers forced into office-centered hybrid arrangements are finding that they're returning to … remote work.
Has fear of an empty workplace supplanted promised org humanism and flexibility?