Shadow Strategies

Umbach, Judith M.
August 2007
Feliciter;2007, Vol. 53 Issue 4, p201
The author reflects on the problems encountered in aligning strategies and plans developed for libraries which are conducted in different processes. She pointed out how people have a much harder time acting on the decision when not involved in the decision making. She also explained presentations and discussion groups should be used in discussing how personally rewarding work can be done.


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