Think Clearly Blog
Think Clearly Blog
Sustainability is a practice; improves work life balance, alleviates chronic stress, ensures work you perform receives the best of your attention.
When creating content for the web librarians should ensure the material is accessible for individuals with a disability; tips and resources
An archival program allows archivists to identify, save, and retrieve necessary information while safely removing unnecessary material.
KM thought leaders; Helen Blunden specializes in workforce social learning, collaboration, Working Out Loud, and the effective use of social media
Implementing project management principles and tools saves museum staff time, keeps projects on budget and on time, and helps avoid costly mistakes
Infographics are very useful for communicating information and can be used for many purposes in libraries of all kinds.
People who lead with history understand that storytelling about the past can shape the future. Organizational archives help leaders manage effectively.
KM thought leaders; Madelyn Blair has extensive experience in knowledge management and the use of story and narrative in business.
Effective teams involving a hybrid of museum staff, interns, and volunteers require established communication patterns, unified training, and respect.
Editors’ guide that explains privacy topics simply and concisely, with exercises to do in libraries; how to create safer, more privacy-focused space.
Archivists and records managers should be concerned with email; a significant percentage of an organization’s unstructured records pass through email
KM in special libraries and information centers revolves around the 5Cs: capture, curate, connect, collaborate, create, per KM expert Stan Garfield
Museums are steadily transitioning from exploitative labor practices to more ethical labor practices; this should apply to interns and volunteers