Who Owns the Project? If everyone is responsible, no one is responsible. If the Board or the team or the committee is responsible, no one is responsible. Projects, whether strategic initiatives, plans or single projects need champions. They also need a name for responsibility and a timeline for accountability. Too often the plan is not […]
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Following my convocation address to the 700+ MLIS graduates at San José, I was asked to make my talk available (it was of course streamed live with the convocation itself to graduates and their families around the world, and will be available on the San José website ). This is a condensation, organized according to […]
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