LAMA-LOMS Program at ALA Annual

Leading Technology-Driven Change: Theory and Practice.
June 23, 2007
Washington Convention Center – Room 103A

Changes in information technology have had a profound impact on how libraries organize themselves to serve their users. This panel discussion will explore ways in which library leaders can affect technology-driven organizational change. The speakers are leaders from academic and public libraries who have navigated through technology-driven change in their organizations and have incorporated management theories, concepts, and ideas from academic or popular authors into their own organizational development strategies.

Speakers: Kathryn Deiss, Content Strategist, ACRL; Joyce Ogburn, University Librarian, University of Utah; Felton Thomas Jr, Regional Branch Services Director, Las Vegas-Clark County Library District; Professor Beverly P. Lynch (moderator), UCLA Graduate School of Education & Information Studies.

Co-sponsored by the LAMA-LOMS Organizational Theory and Practice Committee and the LAMA Organizational Development Discussion Group

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