Browsing All posts tagged under »museum strategy«

Guest post: What can Museums learn from nonprofit leadership?

August 2, 2012

6

This post is written by Janet Carding, Director and CEO, Royal Ontario Museum, who very generously offered to share some core takeaways from attending a Harvard Business School executive course on Strategic Perspectives in Nonprofit Management. Although the focus of museumgeek is ostensibly technology and its impact on museums, questions of change, strategy, and complexity […]

Concrete, clear & specific: Practical ideas for building digital practices into museums

March 19, 2012

2

The museum blogosphere has lately been enlivened with posts about risk, leadership and incorporating digital into core museum operations – all questions that relate to the problems of dealing with institutional change in museums in response to the changing social/technological environment. Last week, I had coffee with Janet Carding, Director of the Royal Ontario Museum, and […]