Whether your challenges involve day-to-day operations, or ambitious, transformative goals, we have tools to help you. From infographics and tip sheets to in-depth multimedia resources, these tools can:
- Transform museum learning at your institution.
- Activate your organization’s “soft power.”
- Offer practical solutions for even highly creative, non-traditional museum experiences.
- So much more.
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Once you have identified the key issues for your organization, a board retreat is the next step in your strategic planning process. Here, the steering committee and board members gather together to identify the strategic directions and goals for your organization.
Running a retreat is not an easy task. But if done correctly, you can succeed in setting the direction of your organization over the next 3 to 5 years.Read More
The 2018 Soft Power 30 is out, and it is the fourth year of the comprehensive ranking of the top 30 countries in the world. Gail Lord, President of Lord Cultural Resources reflects on the report and tells you what it means for your museum or cultural organization.View Resource
Joy Bailey-Bryant (Managing Director, US at Lord Cultural Resources), writes that, "This month, we celebrate the importance of Black history year-round with a round-up of stories pertaining to people of African descent and encourage you to enjoy the diversity of culture wherever you may be." Click through to read more from Joy, as well as a round-up of some of the most exciting news commemorating Black History Month 2018.View Resource
In the cultural sector, we seem to be doing a lot of waiting. Waiting for a new government and budget. Waiting for new leadership. Waiting for the world to change. There are some who are leading that change and being that change. The Soft Power Destinations Awards are our way to honour that.Read Blog Post
As funding models and populations change, we become more removed in time from the periods many historic house museums represent. This raises an important question: what can the museum sector do to bring visitors, funding, and vitality to these iconic house museums?Read Blog Post