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  • 1. Agile Management Strategies for Success in Rapidly Changing Times: an Australian University Library perspective Andrew Wells, University Librarian LIASA 2013
  • 2. Outline - part 1 • Agility – What is it? • Agile management – The concept – Does it apply to libraries?
  • 3. Outline - part 2 • Agile management and Australian university libraries – The higher education system in Australia – Examples of agile approaches • Case study – UNSW Library – Enabling agile approaches
  • 4. Agile • Adaptive • Flexible • Responsive • Can change rapidly • Are libraries agile?
  • 5. Five ‘ways’ of agile management 1. Use peripheral vision 2. Encourage dissent 3. Experiment 4. Simplify and flatten 5. Act quickly
  • 6. Australian higher education • 39 Australian universities (population = 23 million) • 3% of total university expenditure on libraries (2010) • Was 3.4% in 1996 • Enrolments increased 60% between 2000 and 2010 • Library spend per student decreasing
  • 7. Digital Transition • Electronic preferred policies from early 2000s • Stop taking print: release space • Study seats increased 26% over a decade • An example of Using peripheral vision (1st way) • An example of Experimenting (3rd way)
  • 8. Repositories and the future • Australian Digital Theses Program 2001 • Repository projects – ARROW 2004-2008 • Research data management – ANDS • Libraries used peripheral vision • Lots of experimentation
  • 9. UNSW and UNSW Library • Major research-intensive university • Large enrolment growth • Special library structure in print environment • Needed to simplify structure • Example of Simplify and flatten (4th way)
  • 10. Scenario planning • A slow process, not agile! Some dissent (2nd way) • Reduce duplication across special libraries • Address major changes in information environment • Move resources away from print to digital services • Abolished special libraries
  • 11. New structure • Simple • No ‘front-room/back-room’ • Structure reflects importance of digital information • Simplify and flatten (4th way) has led to use of agile management techniques
  • 12. No service desks • Help Zone • Use peripheral vision (1st way) • Learn from customer service models in other places • Implemented quickly (5th way)
  • 13. Self-help • Self-help suits online environment • 90% of borrowing is self-help • RightNow software • Knowledge Base develops in response to client needs
  • 14. Stop doing things • No information literacy classes • Develop new services – Research impact – Research data management – Research publications management – Direct support for academic staff • Find resources to experiment (3rd way)

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