E–pub/E–book [Magnetic]


  • Paperback
  • 224
  • Magnetic
  • Anne Bergeron
  • English
  • 10 January 2020
  • 9781933253831

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Anne Bergeron ´ 6 summary summary ☆ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ´ Anne Bergeron free read Magnetic 106 In ideology and set a new course that has enabled them to achieve a positive reputation and a fruitful engagement with the community This philosophy of magnetism provides a model not only for museum administration but also for all types of organizations from corporations to nonprofits that wish to maximize their involvement with their customers and the wider public while strengthening their own organizational infrastructure  . This is a must read for anyone and everyone who loves museums but worries about their relevancy and sustainability Powerful case studies and plenty of ways to make it work at your institution Tons of ideas and it certainly helped me shape some ongoing thoughts about the future of my own institution

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Anne Bergeron ´ 6 summary summary ☆ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ´ Anne Bergeron free read Magnetic 106 In this in depth study of what makes a museum a successful organization Anne Bergeron and Beth Tuttle look at so called “magnetic” organizations namely ones that combine a powerful internal alignment with a compelling vision so that they are able to attract critical resources such as talented and committed employees loyal audiences engaged donors powerful goodwill from the community at large and the financial capital reuired. It s such a relief to discover that a book on audience engagement contains regular specific and substantive case studies My last venture into this area of research was a little heavy on the theory and lighter on the illustrations of the ideas in action Bergeron and Tuttle do a respectable job here of presenting varied case studies to bring their positions to light What s interesting to consider is what they don t access in terms of demonstrable results for the six organizations they cite in detailThis research rose from very interesting timing Bergeron and Tuttle prepared for a very popular talk on engagement shortly after the financial recession of 2008 and that led to this which means their studies are colored by that influence and they were on the ground as it were for a time of great challenge and struggle for museums and like institutions The result is a study and set of institutional priorities that address long term results and priorities alongside a good balance of reality about non profit institutions day to day struggles and concernsWhat feels lacking just three years out from the book s date of publish is sufficient emphasis on and exploration of digital engagement It s here but occasionally and subordinate to traditional success metrics Given the extreme impact over the past several years of even social media metrics much less the burgeoning yet already robust metrics related to public engagement this feels like a loss I d love a follow up that emphasized these goals and tools and helped us all better understand engagement overall through their incorporation

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Anne Bergeron ´ 6 summary summary ☆ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ´ Anne Bergeron free read Magnetic 106 To sustain programmatic excellence and growth  Magnetic The Art and Science of Engagement analyzes six American museums Children’s Museum in Pittsburgh; Chrysler Museum of Art in Norfolk Virginia; Conner Prairie Interactive History Park in Indiana; The Franklin Institute in Philadelphia; Natural Science Center of Greensboro in North Carolina; and Philbrook Museum of Art in Tulsa Oklahoma  Each of these has embraced a shift. Using a lot of great case studies this book examines Museums and what makes them appealing engaging and successful in today s world I think this is a great read for museum professionals It also helped me reflect on a lot of good ideas implemented by other museums and examine how my own institution aligns with some of the keys to magnetism


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