This biennial publication examines compensation of more than 70 job titles from 123 New York State museums and historical organizations. To encourage greater participation this year, the survey focused only on salaries, thus shortening the questionnaire by half. In addition, the entire survey distribution was by email and data collection was available only online.
2006-2007 MANY Salary Survey
Sep 06, 2006
Who's Next? Questioning the Future of Museum Leadership in New York State
Apr 06, 2006
Who will mind the store? As Baby Boomers—who now make up a minimum of 25 percent of all museum positions—begin to retire, the field will find itself in a whole-scale search for new leadership. New York has about 1,900 museums and heritage organizations with about 12,000 employees. Between now and 2020, at least one in four of them will retire. Around the Water Cooler discussion guides are based on the white paper and are designed to help staffs and boards get talking about succession planning and institutionalizing professional development opportunities.
Connecting the Pieces: A Joint Report on the 2005 Statewide Tourism Roundtables
Feb 06, 2006
This 19-page report provides important background information on the state's tourism promotional efforts and summarizes concerns from the field, addressing such issues as strengthening the I Love NY brand and website, streamlining data collection, facilitating inter-agency communication and planning, and revitalizing the regional Matching Funds Program. Most importantly, the report addresses critical next steps. This is a must-read and a must-share document.
2004-2005 MANY Salary & Benefits Survey
Sep 06, 2004
Annual salary information for 72 positions reported by 123 New York State institutions Full-time and part-time positions reported Data sorted by budget size, institution location and discipline Also a great source of information for:
A Passionate Profession: Innovation & Creativity in Museums Selection of Transcripts from the 2004 Annual Conference
Jun 06, 2004
Table of Contents Introduction - Anne W. Ackerson, Director, MANY and Linda Norris, Director, UHA Opening Remarks - Richard J. Schwartz, Chairman, NYSCA Keynote Address: Always Weaving Everything - David Carr Thinking Outside the Box - Susan Choi New Approaches to Historic House Interpretation - Kathleen Eagen Johnson, Curator, Historic Hudson Valley Please contact our office firstname.lastname@example.org or 518-273-3400 to order
Complete Set of Professional Practice Monographs
Jan 06, 2004
Includes all three titles: Making the Meter Move: Developing an Institutional Philosophy about Corporate Giving The Importance of Mission in Guiding Museum Practice Best Fit/Best Work: Finding and Retaining Excellent Employees and Volunteers Please contact our office email@example.com or 518-273-3400 to order
Making the Meter Move: Developing an Institutional Philosophy about Corporate Giving
Jan 06, 2004
MANY’s newest addition to its lineup of publications on professional practice provides loads of practical advice about the world of corporate philanthropy at the turn of the 21st century. Gone are the days of the truly philanthropic business contribution. In its place is marketing money, which is strategically spent to give the donor high visibility and hopefully greater market share. Each essay delves into the intricate interface of corporate support for arts and culture and offers advice, quick tips, ethical practice, and models.
Best Fit/Best Work: Finding and Retaining Excellent Employees and Volunteers
Jan 06, 2004
The first set of papers from last Fall’s workshop series to be published by MANY. The authors of this unique manual are seasoned practitioners who have distilled their insights into essays packed with useful insights and advice that will be an important addition to any museum administrator’s bookshelf. Table of Contents