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D204 – Building High-Performing Teams

Tuesday, April 8, 2014
2:15 PM – 3:00 PM
, User Experience Designer, Cornell University Library
, Web Designer, Cornell University Library
, Co-ordinator of Web Design, Cornell University Library
, Librarian Supervisor, Technology and Internet Services, Half Hollow Hills Community Library
, Manager of Information and Technology Services, Emma S. Clark Memorial Library and Suffolk County Library Association

Teams are the basis of most organizations these days, whether for development or day-to-day practices. Get tips from two libraries in how to enable high-performing teams. Colt and Martini-Lyons share how the roles that designers, librarians and programmers are playing in the new library catalog implementation process were established, including the cross-discipline team structure to improve communication, and how a new model for culture change helped to achieve success in the initiative. Druda and Johnson, bridge builders in their libraries, share strategies and provide tips on how to get IT and reference working together in a solid partnership.

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