Dump and Run

Roberts, Ken; Wood, Daphne
June 2011
Feliciter;2011, Vol. 57 Issue 3, p92
The article offers the authors' insights on the need of library staff members to present both the perceived work-related problem and the suggested solutions to help the management solve the concerns. It says that the staff should avoid the dump and run approach practice wherein their involvement ends in presenting the problem. It mentions various ways staff can express their proposals including written suggestions, intranet postings, and staff survey participation.


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