Museums and the Paradox of Change: A Case Study in Urgent Adaptation

Museums and the Paradox of Change: A Case Study in Urgent Adaptation

Museums and the Paradox of Change: A Case Study in Urgent Adaptation

Museums and the Paradox of Change: A Case Study in Urgent Adaptation

Synopsis

This refreshingly candid approach to controversial changes in a major cultural organisation speaks to the vital need for a shift in thinking as museums enter the 21st century. Robert Janes is a leading voice in the changes taking place in Canada's cultural institutions. In this case study, he candidly discusses layoffs, union/management relations, and the urgency of sustainability. Contributions from Glenbow staff highlight the human side of change, and essays by Canadian and international museum directors present thoughtful perspectives. This is a work in progress, a detailed and useful glimpse into how one museum is grappling with the issues of change and adaptation.
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