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Short presentation on ideas for transforming workflows in regards to electronic resource management

Short presentation on ideas for transforming workflows in regards to electronic resource management

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  • 1. ALCTS CMS Collection Management and Electronic Resources Interest Group Sunday 24 June 2012 10:30-12:00 ACC-210C
  • 2. Overview Pundits are always half- right Local politics make your rules Evaluate current practices Assess changes made Sacred cow tipping Engage stakeholders
  • 3. Pundits vs. Practioners Many of our thought leaders are removed from day-to-day activities Spot trends not people Translate trends into practices
  • 4. Local Rules Apply Accounting practices Library administrative procedures HR practices
  • 5. Evaluation of Current Practices Review current practices Determine what no longer fits current goals & objectives Benchmark processes
  • 6. Develop Assessment Plan Determine what outcomes you want to achieve Perform time studies Report findings
  • 7. Sacred Cow Tipping Resist change to ”just make changes” Evaluate current practices for validity Develop an assessment plan for every workflow practice
  • 8. Engage Stakeholders Library departments are integral units Broaden the perspective of the work to be achieved Create buy-in by tie-in

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