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?
Organizations are too often centered on leaders. How can museums shift to centering the humanity of everyone?
Museum leaders have been reacting to crises. What if museum workers just started transforming their time?
Workers are stressed, but the leadership radar is focused elsewhere.
We're mistaken … about a great many things.
Boundaries are good, except when they keep us apart. Can museum work manage both?
Automation in museum work is a search—but are we looking for efficiency or humanity?
Is a museum workplace possible which benefits introverts, extroverts, and everyone who's both and in between?
The return-to-workplace push may finally expose the cost of worker silence in museums.
Museums are full of mindsets, like most organizations. What behaviors are being excused?
Will hybrid workplaces in museums bring some progress in the collaboration conundrum?
Has fear of an empty workplace supplanted promised org humanism and flexibility?
Museums, like many institutions, are pushing for remote workers to come back to the workplace. Why … and how?
A couple of people—and orgs—I follow have been in a remembering mood.