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Category Archives: Meetings
You’ve heard me say it before: one thing we have in libraries is meetings. Sometimes lots and lots of meetings.
In libraries, we tend to have lots of meetings. I’ve told you this before.
Thank goodness we don’t have to “invent” every solution ourselves. Especially in libraries, just about every management issue you think you have, someone else has had it first, and more often than not, folks are willing to share tips with … Continue reading
We all do it, at home and at work. And I do it on this blog. I’ve got a bunch of links I’ve been saving up to write about. Here’s a potpourri of some from The Fast Track: 5 Things … Continue reading
Jesse Lyn Stoner has done it again. This time she delved into meetings, and what makes them work. Or not. “The trick is to make your meetings meaningful.” Since we tend to have lots of meetings in libraries, it is … Continue reading
One Meeting Every Project Manager Should Have on Its Calendar “Take the time to reflect on what you learned and can use in the future.”
So, I’m not feeling particularly creative this week. As a matter of fact, I’m feeling exhausted and wiped out. But that’s because we sold our house and bought a condo and moved downtown about a week ago. My life is … Continue reading
But you don’t need me to tell you that. Though focusing on companies and brands, you will find the post Collaboration is the Key applicable to collaboration in libraries as well. “It’s nearly impossible for anyone to succeed by going … Continue reading