Managing Library Technology: Keeping All the Balls in the Air
In this webinar learn from a seasoned assistant director, smart practices for managing people, workflows, and technology –all at the same time.
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Managing library technology isn’t just about the technology. It involves fine juggling skills to manage people, workflows, procedures, policies and more―all while prioritizing, delegating and tracking. Just preparing staff effectively for upgrades or changes to technology takes finesse. How does one person do it all? Strong project and time management skills are key. Regardless of your job title, and whether working with a small team or a library-wide technology committee, anyone can learn smart practices to keep everything, and everyone, in motion and on target.
Presented by: John Klima, Assistant Director, Waukesha Public Library (WI), author, editor, and LITA Blogger
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- John's posts on LITA Blog
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- The Top 6 Free Task Management Software
- 10 Task Management Tools to Improve Team Collaboration
- Inbox Zero
- Pride and Process, by Jaym Gates
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20 October 2016
3:00 PM – 4:00 PM
Eastern Daylight Time, North America [UTC -4]