A museum. Laying poor management, bullying, and much more, to rest.

First, we received a very fair assessment:

ODT 2.9.13 Peter Entwisle - Otago Museum (page 9)ODT 2.9.13 Peter Entwisle – Art Beat, Opinion (page 9)

And now, this week’s tidy and brave acknowledgement:

ODT 25.9.13 Letter to the editor (page 17)ODT 25.9.13 Letter to the editor (page 17)

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Otago Museum re-imaged [newzealandtimesfortwo.blogspot.com] copyOmmmmmmmmmm.

Posted by Elizabeth Kerr | What if? Dunedin… A blog about the social and built environment at Dunedin.

1 Comment

Filed under Media, Museums, Name, New Zealand, People, Project management

One response to “A museum. Laying poor management, bullying, and much more, to rest.

  1. Peter

    This is certainly a good news story for an important Dunedin institution. Congratulations to Dr Griffin, the Museum Board and those courageous employees that could see through the sick, bullying culture that had seemingly overtaken that institution. I can understand the feeling of employees to just walking away, when faced with such a culture, but it cannot stop the talking. The perpetrators should be shown no mercy. Exposure is the best antidote for bullying. Name and shame. Always.
    Those same creeps have popped up elsewhere, as we know, and tried to shout down those who defied them. Employees in the DCC, in former times, I understand have been reduced to tears over the years by the bullying of these creatures.
    Let’s hope the new CEO of the DCC is a decent person who has the mettle to build a healthy culture within the organisation. We all win.

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