Planning for Results: The guidebook

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American Library Association, Jan 1, 1998 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 126 pages
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Planning for Results provides a results-driven programme that empowers public librarians to meet community needs and to develop strategies to anticipate future demands. It covers essential tools for library planning: rethinking existing roles in the community, evaluating choices and opportunities, and developing the right service responses. The planning process enables librarians to envision, evaluate and respond to community needs with distinctive programmes and services. Librarians are able to customize each step to their specific situations.

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Planning for results: a public library transformation process

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What difference do public libraries make? Planning for Results can help planners articulate the answers to this question. Commissioned by the Public Library Association to update Charles McClure and ... Read full review


Planning to Plan
Imagining the Future
Inventing the Future

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