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Leading With Passion

Author: Sherene Suchy
Publisher: Rowman Altamira
ISBN: 9780759103665
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What does it take to lead the 21st-century museum? Balancing a head for business and working from the heart guided by passion! This is the message Sherene Suchy discovered in her work with more than 80 international museum directors whose thoughts and experiences ground this book on change management in 21st-century cultural organizations.

Museum Management And Marketing

Author: Richard Sandell
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1134156006
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Drawing together a selection of high quality, intellectually robust and stimulating articles on both theoretical and practice-based developments in the field, this Reader investigates the closely linked areas of management and marketing in the museum. The articles, from established and world-renowned contributors, practitioners and writers at the leading edge of their fields, deal with the museum context of management and how marketing and management practices must take account of the specifics of the museum and the not-for-profit ethos. Key writings from broader literature are included, and the collection of key writings on the investigation and study of management and marketing in the museum are of great benefit not only to those studying the subject, but also to professionals working and developing within the field.

Leadership Matters

Author: Anne W. Ackerson
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 0759121850
Size: 62.23 MB
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Using personal insights of the history museum field’s most engaging, innovative and entrepreneurial leaders, Leadership Matters profiles what makes inspiring leadership in 21st-century institutions. These profiles focus not only on history museum presidents, directors, and CEOs, but also on the “leaders within”—deputies, vice-presidents and department heads, as well as their counterparts in the boardroom.

Leading The Historical Enterprise

Author: Bruce W. Dearstyne
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 0759124000
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Leading the Historical Enterprise presents new ideas and strategies for leading and innovating in museums, historical societies, historic sites, and other state and local history programs. The book blends insights from the best practices of model historical programs and museums with themes from the best recent studies of leadership.

Keepsakes

Author: Sherene Suchy
Publisher:
ISBN: 9780646952321
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Keepsakes is a personal guide for families about the "stuff" and "stories" they want to share with the next generation (family or museum). The memoir combines Dr. Sherene Suchy's experience as a Social Worker and co-executor for a family estate with insights from nearly 100 interviews with families plus specialists in estate and heritage management. In eight chapters, Sherene provides a framework for families to work through the emotional work of estate management using museums as role models for the 'museum of you' at home. Along the way, we discover the true meaning of inheritance and how provenance (an heirloom's life story) can become the 'first page' of a much bigger story. Keywords: Family, Psychology, Estates, Heirlooms, Provenance, Museums, Social Work

Age Doesn T Matter

Author: Sherene Suchy
Publisher:
ISBN: 9780646947648
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Age Doesn't Matter is a guidebook for people travelling on their working journey. The guide features 20 stories shared by travellers age 55+, encouragement from directors of Canberra based recruitment agencies, and tips from managers of intergenerational teams. The guidebook is based on two social action research projects completed by Dr. Sherene Suchy for the Council on the Ageing in the ACT. There are five chapters with 'signposts' to guide anyone on their working journey - no matter what age! Keywords: Work, Career Planning, Mentoring, Mature Age, Social Work

In Balance

Author: Sherene Suchy
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ISBN: 9780646918907
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With over 40 university campuses across Australia, there are thousands of students (and staff) who will benefit from the nurturing insights about resilience and wellbeing found in In Balance. This is a unique offering in the genre of resilience references based on Dr. Suchy's 'immersion' as a student counsellor with universities in Australia. Written in a conversational style, Dr. Suchy shares stories about the stuff of life that pushes students out of balance and introduces the Resilience Triangle she designed to support students on their journey to wellbeing. There are seven short chapters with reflective exercises and 'real life' stories that provide hope and inspiration. Keywords: Resilience. Social Work. Psychology. Counselling. Mind Body.

Organisational Behaviour

Author: Robert P. Vecchio
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ISBN: 9780729512428
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A comprehensive introduction to the field of organisational behaviour for undergraduates and MBA courses. Originally published in America in 1988 as TOrganisational Behaviour', this first Australian edition includes Australian case material and examples and research to illustrate Australian constraints and perspectives. It also updates the international literature and includes two new chapters. The authors are all Australian academics working in related areas. Includes a glossary and an index.

Der Toyota Weg

Author: Liker Jeffrey K.
Publisher: FinanzBuch Verlag
ISBN: 3862484440
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Mit seiner Unternehmensführung ist Toyota seit langem Vorbild für Firmen aus den unterschiedlichsten Branchen. Fast alle Automobilhersteller versuchten mehr oder weniger erfolgreich das legendäre Toyota-Produktionssystem (TPS) zu kopieren, das zum Ziel hat, die Kundenzufriedenheit in den drei Bereichen Qualität, Lieferzeit und Kosten zu erhöhen. Aufgrund des verschärften Wettbewerbs in der Automobilbranche drängt sich jetzt die Frage nach den Faktoren des Erfolgs immer mehr in den Mittelpunkt. Jeffrey K. Liker befasst sich in seinem Buch „Der Toyota Weg“ ausführlich mit dem warum und wieso. Aus zahlreichen Interviews und eigenen Anschauungen filtert der Autor die 14 Managementprinzipien heraus, die den Kern des Toyota-Erfolgs ausmachen. Diese Prinzipien untermauert er eindrucksvoll mit einer Fülle von Details, Anekdoten und Interview-Auszügen. Leicht verständlich erklärt er dem Leser die Managementsysteme, die Denkweise und die Philosophie, auf denen der Erfolg von Toyota basiert. So vermittelt er wertvolle Erkenntnisse, die sich auf jeden beliebigen Geschäftszweig bzw. jede Geschäftssituation übertragen lassen.