Managing Conservation in Museums
This book aims to show conservators and other professionals in museums and libraries that professional management information can be as useful to them as is their own specialist expertise. It reviews the climate in which museums operate today, and then describes the most up-to-date and relevant management techniques.
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activities applied approach archaeology assessment Audit Commission cent Chapter charts Checkland collections condition audits Committee for Conservation concepts condition grade Conservation Department conservation treatment curators damage data logger database defined detailed deterioration developed display environment environmental example Exhibit factors flat file database function funding Galleries Commission Getty Conservation Getty Conservation Institute Historic City Museum Humberside information systems input maintain Management and Curatorship management information Marina del Rey measures methods Mintzberg monitoring museum collections Museum Management Museum of London Museums and Galleries National Maritime Museum national museums number of objects objects treated operational research organization performance indicators physical Preprints present priorities problems processes quantitative real world relative humidity relevant system rich picture root definition sample senior management soft analysis soft systems methodology specific staff standards statistical storage strategic planning strategy Table tasks techniques tion UKIC users