INNOVATE OR DIE(No librarians were harmed in the making of this message)
“SO..WHAT DO YOU DO?” “I WORK FOR A LAW FIRM..”“COOL...SO ARE YOU A TWEETER YOURSELF?” “NO...I TWEET FOR THE COMPANY...”“GREAT, WHAT DO YOU TALK ABOUT?..” “NOTHING MUCH, IT’S IN MY NEW CONTRACT TO TWEET TEN TIMES A DAY, WE MADE A SOCIAL MEDIA PLAN, ITS PART OF OUR INNOVATION STRATEGY”
in·no·va·tion NounThe action or process of innovating. A new method, idea, product, etc: “technological innovations” . novelty - newness
double diamond design process Discover Define Develop Deliver
librarians you can be tough work! actually it’s not just you 1. fear 2. cultural barriers3. command and control vs open innovation
1. get out of your profession 2. embrace failure 3. prototype before you spend 4. be willing to pivot 5. listen and observe first 6. multi disciplinary approach7. reimagine don’t just redesign 8. open up to others
being the weirdo in the room is ok (I dont really know what information literacy is)
S C OT T I S HPARLIAMENT The festival of PoliticsDEBATE CHAMBER, HOLYROOD
“We are called to be architects of the future, not its victims” buckminster fuller
think bigger than survival open up the problemwhat will you craft so that you can thrive in the future?
“A rat race is for rats.We’re not rats. We’re human beings” Jimmy reid (1972)
thanks!(for the heat)@rufflemuffin@wearesnookwearesnook. com
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