Satisfied with Your Strategy?

Umbach, Judith M.
June 2007
Feliciter;2007, Vol. 53 Issue 3, p114
The article discusses the significance of strategic planning to develop information technology (IT) within library organizations. It was noted that key finding is particularly important to IT planning because IT is often the domain in experts. Moreover, planning for technology is beneficial and the full benefit comes from ensuring the strategies are integrated with organization priorities.


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