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Leadership Learning and Everything Else: Making the Most of AAM

It’s May, so it’s time for the the American Alliance of Museums–AAM for short–annual meeting in St. Louis. Anne and I are lucky enough to not only be going, but we’re also proud to be part of a discussion based on our forthcoming book, … 528 more words


The workplace remains a ‘new frontier’ for those who research and think about Information Literacy

Facet Publishing have announced the release of Information Literacy in the Workplace, edited by Marc Forster with a foreword by Jane Secker

 In today’s information-driven workplace, information professionals must know when research evidence or relevant legal, business, personal or other information is required, how to find it, how to critique it and how to integrate it into their knowledge base. 397 more words

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3 Ideas on Improving Learning Transfer

Ever run into this problem: you find yourself energized by a workshop, seminar, or retreat, but when you get back to work, the energy fizzles, and the things you committed to do never happen? 1,142 more words

Organizational Learning

3 useful things I learnt from the book

OK, confession time.

Before reading this book I was uncertain about the worth of social media for NonProfits. Sure, online platforms are great for telling the most compelling stories… 449 more words


Thoughts on "Managing" Software Development

I’ve written in the past on management and managers and you can find some of those thoughts here however I want to share some additional thoughts.   999 more words

Software Development

Leadership and the Power of Things

Here at Leadership Matters we don’t often wade into interpretive waters. There are plenty of able bloggers out there writing about museum collections. (Linda Norris’s… 679 more words


Leading the Learning Journey...the essential questions...

Leading the Learning Journey:  What do we learn?

Leading a learning journey must be a transparent experience.  The leader must be willing to face the status quo, or current state of affairs head on.   376 more words