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W18 – Project Management for Digital Initiatives

Sunday, April 6, 2014
1:30 PM – 4:30 PM
, Vitual Services Manager, Richland Library

Libraries are full of ideas and innovations. As the role of the library in our communities changes, operational boundaries and departmental lines blur. Project management is more important than ever. So how does a modern library technology or marketing department implement a project management discipline? At what point does a task become a project? Why is planning documentation important? How do we focus on planning when we are itching to start the work? How do we plan a high-impact launch? This workshop outlines the defining factors of a project, as well as the key elements of successful project management, and provides real-world examples and practices.






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