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Shaping the Museum: The Map Institutional…

Shaping the Museum: The Map Institutional Planning Guide

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From "About This Guide" of "Shaping the Museum: The Map Institutional Planning Guide":

"With this publication as a starting point, museum trustees and staff who are already engaged in planning may acquire new insights into organizing and carrying out the process. But more important, those who have considered institutional planning can gain the confidence they need to begin this important process of assessment, growth, and renewal-or, as one museum director described it, a process of learning "where you are and where you would like to be."
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