Planning for results: a public library transformation process, Volume 1
American Library Association, 1998 - Education - 126 pages
The Guidebook is the introductory guide, which explains each step in the library planning process, including rethinking existing roles in the community, evaluating choices and opportunities, and developing the right service responses.
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Planning to Plan
Imagining the Future
Inventing the Future
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