Think Clearly Blog
Think Clearly Blog
Challenges museum staff face when engaging in the reparative and post-custodial models of DEI collections development; strategies for success.
Health sciences librarians fill a multitude of roles within their institutions, and directly impact community health.
Archivists transform complex groupings of primary sources into insightful and succinct information through arrangement and description; principles
KM thought leaders; Jane Hart is an advisor and consultant focused on helping modernize the Learning & Development (L&D) function, keep it relevant
Museum digital project planning should include who, what, why, when and how questions; advice for project managers
Interview with the author of collected stories and methods for a successful library diversity audit plus what works and historic background
Organizations benefit themselves and the public by preserving records, organizing them, and making them available within and outside the institution.
KM thought leaders; Jeanne led Accenture’s business intelligence, analytics, performance management, KM, and data warehousing consulting practices
Digital museum projects are expensive; it’s important to allow time to consider project setup, elements, and needs. Typical questions; best practices
Technical services departments increasingly expected to do more with less, shrinking budgets, staff turnover, lack of visibility, no advocacy
Archivists can identify advocacy content that fits into customer service interactions, represents the archives’ perspective, and articulates its needs
Discussion of gender balance in acknowledging KM thought leadership; statistics over time; contribution of women to knowledge management discipline
Museum digital pre-project evaluation is an excellent approach to intentional work—setting you and the collections up for a more successful result.