Museums Today: The Resilience Playbook
Anne W. Ackerson, Gail Anderson and Dina A. Bailey
Wednesday, March 24th
Times of extraordinary change demand a lot from museum leaders: flexibility, humility, perseverance, self-reflection and responsiveness to complex realities. In this session, the three authors of The Resilience Playbook (2020) will highlight its core ideology for creating a resilient organization. These practical and empowering approaches help museums realign around equity and inclusion, community value and impact, financial viability and agile leadership.
About the BookThe Resilience Playbook helps organizations reimagine a future that is relevant and responsive to the changing world around us. Agile leadership requires mapping out meaningful, relevant and financially viable paths to achieve greater public impact, inclusion and value through resilience practices. Resilience strategies require rethinking long-held approaches and tackling embedded exclusionary, colonial ideologies and outmoded practices to establish more flexible, inclusive and responsive frameworks that better align with external realities.
PanelistsAnne W. Ackerson, independent consultant
Gail Anderson, president, Gail Anderson & Associates
Dina A. Bailey, CEO, Mountain Top Vision LLC
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About the Museums Today Series
Each month during the academic year, museum leaders lead lively online discussions about critical issues in the field. This series is presented in partnership with the Association of Academic Museums and Galleries. Browse upcoming programs