Strategic Planning for Results
"Sandra Nelson, senior editor of the Results series, focuses on the essential steps for drafting a results-driven, strategic planning process that libraries can complete over the course of four months, regardless of regardless of organizational structure or size. Reflecting on the current planning enviorment for public libraries, Nelson makes the case for strategic rather than long-term planning and includes a wealth of information about understanding an managing the change process to help staff"--Page 4 of cover.
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Long-range planning has been promoted by the American Library Association as a necessary tool for administering a library since 1980, but the process has always required a time commitment of one year ... Read full review
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