19th December 2013
The recent ASLIB AKISS conference gave delegates the opportunity to share ideas with peers and hear from speakers their views on the best way to secure management buy-in for projects both small and large. Richard Newton introduced a valuable three-step process to identify what you want supported, who you want to support you and how you plan to get the support you want. The SLA's president-elect, Kate Arnold, highlighted survey findings from the SLA-FT research into the evolving value of information management. She discussed how the results show that library staff must become client-centric decision enablers who are able to communicate, understand the business and present well.
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