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March 21 - 23, 2012
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C105 Strategic Decisions re In- & Outsourcing Innovation Projects

Wednesday, March 21, 2012
4:15 PM 5:00 PM
, Program Manager, National Public Radio
, Broadcast Librarian, National Public Radio
, TalleyPartners
, Head, Web & New Media, Digital Services Division, Smithsonian Institution Archives

When we need to take on strategic projects that pave the way to a more innovative future, we may or may not have all the skills to tackle these projects in-house. Making sure that staff continue to develop the skills to innovate is critical, but so is the need to complete a quality project, which may require a consultant. This panel addresses the competing challenges of needing to reinforce our own competencies to innovate with those of consultants. How should one decide which projects to source with consultants? How do consultants decide which projects to accept? What makes a successful client/consultant partnership? What’s the best recipe for innovation?

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