With his banker’s eye for detail, Jay B. Williams is looking first to fix the little things at the Milwaukee Public Museum.

Williams, the former PrivateBank executive who took over as president of the 126-year-old institution in July, has insisted on tidying up the museum grounds, spiffing up the interior and making sure all the exhibits’ parts work perfectly.

Little things are important to get right, he says. That’s why museum employees who greet the public must wear light blue dress shirts with a museum logo. And it’s why signage and lighting of exhibits have been improved. [Read more here]

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