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November 10th, 2014 by

The Secret to Good Leadership? – Start by Avoiding These 5 TemptationsDo you hold yourself accountable to achieving results for your interpretive center, your visitors, your staff, your board, and your foundation? How do you assess how well you are doing in your role? Are you willing to look in the mirror and do the hard work of self-assessment? Do you criticize leadership elsewhere without looking at your own? If you blame, criticize, or play the victim, that might be a signal it is time to look at how you lead.

Through this blog, we have encouraged you to set goals and objectives. However, when we check back with clients years later, most have not assessed whether or not they achieved their objectives. The majority of our clients can speak to whether visitation is up or down, but the rest of the objectives seem to go by the wayside. Is it healthy leadership when there is no accountability to your exhibit objectives? Are you measuring whether you are achieving the mission of your organization? (more…)

Betty


October 1st, 2014 by

I am sure you have all heard of the KISS principle. Keeping things simple is more effective. This certainly applies to technology and storytelling in interpretive exhibit design. A couple weeks ago, I visited King John’s Castle in Limerick, Ireland. They recently installed six million Euro of new exhibitry in this 13th Century Castle. This new visitor experience is the cornerstone and start of Limerick’s development plan to become Ireland’s first City of Culture. (more…)

Betty


August 26th, 2014 by

Selecting the Best Exhibit Design-Build FirmWhen hiring an interpretive exhibit design company, aren’t the traits you look for similar to those of any partner you want at your side? What is your criteria when dating or hiring a new staff member? Don’t you want your exhibit design-build firm to have like values, attitudes, and passion for the work?
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Betty


July 17th, 2014 by

We assist our clients in setting goals and objectives around their projects and mission. I’m rethinking this because they rarely track them. If you are not going to track them, how do you know you are going the right direction?

What do you think the goal of this exhibit was?

What do you think the goal of this exhibit was?

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Betty


May 20th, 2014 by

Giant Frog and Cattail Plant themed room (more…)


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