The curator must work on the acquisition and research of artifacts. He/she must work with other museums to obtain a loan of objects. The curator must decide what artifacts and information are important, what should be conveyed to the audience, and conduct their research appropriately.
The Exhibition developer must meet with the curator to design and plan the exhibit. He/she must consider all elements that will go into the exhibit and plan for their overseers needs accordingly.
The exhibition designer must work with the developer and curator to design the exhibit's layout, arrangements, models, artistic renderings, lighting, signage, etc.
Begin Construction under the instruction of the designer.
The media manager must acquire and install the required technology. He/She must ensure that everything is in the appropriate place and that everything functions properly.
The graphic designer and editors must work on labels and images for the exhibit. They must ensure that the images and text are historically accurate and contain no grammatical, contextual, or spelling errors.
The Marketing manager should begin the advertisement and promotion of the new exhibit. Images and information should be acquired from the graphic designers/ editors. The marketing manager should design their marketing technique around the target audience.
The Educator must obtain the curator's original research and train the docents on the the subject.
The collections manager must consult with the curator and conservationists to prepare the artifacts and put them on display.