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Trustees: Museum Leadership Isn't One-Size Fits All

Recently the Metropolitan Museum announced a change in its leadership structure. You’ll recall that former tapestry curator Thomas Campbell, the Met’s director since January 2009, resigned under pressure in February. 668 more words


5 Questions to Help You Make Your Leadership Happen

This fall Anne Ackerson and I will teach a course called “The Museum Leadership Challenge” for Johns Hopkins University’s Museum Studies master’s degree program. As a result, we’ve talked a lot about what we really think the key components of museum leadership are. 560 more words


True Believers and Mercenaries

When I was a student teacher my senior year in college, I was trained by a first grade teacher I observed the previous year.  When I observed him in action with his students, I admired how he worked with and dealt with his young students.  1,063 more words


Museums and the Balance of Power: Some Things to Think About

This week many museum directors were in Washington, D.C., taking part in Museum Advocacy Day. They walked the Capitol’s corridors seeking support for museums, botanical gardens, zoos and heritage organizations. 749 more words


Workshops: Nonprofit Finances (March-May 2017)

The schedule for SoNNPIC’s upcoming workshops has been released.
The topic for the quarter is nonprofit finances.

Tuesday March 21, 2017     5 – 7 pm… 152 more words


What Great Nonprofit Board Members Routinely Give

Finding volunteers with the right attributes is like winning the trifecta – difficult to do, but worth making the effort to find the right mix for the organization.   570 more words

Charity And Philanthropy

What the nonprofit sector can learn from the corporate sector

This article was originally published on LinkedIn on 12/20/2017

In 1989, an article in the Harvard Business Review was published called “What Business Can Learn from Nonprofits… 525 more words