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D205 – Good Not Perfect!

Tuesday, April 8, 2014
4:00 PM – 4:45 PM
, Interlibrary Loan Librarian & Public Services Librarian, Mercer University

Shuping discusses how often when we’re working on a project we want that one more piece: that piece of data, that graph, the right wording, and so on, just so that everything will be perfect. But here’s the thing: Perfection can be more harmful than good. It’s a lesson that artists have to learn early on, because that one more thing can destroy everything. And the same is true in the library world. One more thing can delay a project, destroy confidence, and more. Come to this presentation to find out more about when good … is good enough.






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