History is full of remote workplaces. Email is just the new carrier pigeon, after all.
Goals are the new black: If you spend each new year dreaming with your team but always fall a little short, it’s not a lack of dreams, it’s a lack of setting practical goals.
Team building should be all about creating an opportunity for your group to come together and learn about each other – but we believe it should be fun, too, and that’s why we love team building games.
Today, we’re thrilled to be talking to Hayley Milliman, our Content Marketer at Museum Hack! Read on to find out how Hayley went from taking a tour with Museum Hack to working with us – but before you do, try to guess how many times she’s seen Star Wars in theaters.
We’re so excited to welcome Lucas Isaza to our team of client advisors! Read on to find out how Lucas went from working a regular job in a boring industry to making history come alive with Museum Hack.
Only 30% of U.S. employees are engaged at work. And worldwide, workplace engagement is just 13%. How can these numbers be so low? As Thomas Edison once said: “We shall have no better conditions in the future if we are satisfied with all those which we have at present.” While low employee engagement is obviously Keep Reading
In relation to the amount of time humans have been on this planet, team building in the corporate world is a relatively new thing. But over the course of human history, the practice of collective cooperation in pursuit of a shared goal is a common theme. Again and again, history shows some of our species’ Keep Reading
Why Should You Care About Team Building? Wikipedia defines team building as the following: “Team building is a collective term for various types of activities used to enhance social relations and define roles within teams, often involving collaborative tasks. It is distinct from team training, which is designed to improve efficiency rather than interpersonal relations.”
We’re so excited to introduce Rebekah Clark Moody, Client Advisor with Museum Hack!
We’re thrilled to announce Taylor Gmahling has joined the Museum Hack family on our VIP Customer Support team!