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After the Crash. Summer, 2000. Ranganathan 3. Rob Darrow Evelyn Escatiola Nancy Hunt-Coffey Enid Irwin Linda Karlinsky Taeock Kim Monique le Conge Lisa Moske. After the Crash - Our Focus. Elements of the Strategy The Strategy Differences for an academic or special library.

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After the crash

After the Crash

Summer, 2000

Ranganathan 3

  • Rob Darrow

  • Evelyn Escatiola

  • Nancy Hunt-Coffey

  • Enid Irwin

  • Linda Karlinsky

  • Taeock Kim

  • Monique le Conge

  • Lisa Moske


After the crash our focus

After the Crash - Our Focus

  • Elements of the Strategy

  • The Strategy

  • Differences for an academic or special library


Elements of the strategy

Elements of the Strategy

  • 1. Communication is key

  • 2. Reexamine mission and core needs

  • 3. Funding options

  • 4. Ongoing process


1 communication is key at each step

1. Communication is key - at each step

  • communicate with public

  • collaboration and partnership with other City departments

  • collaboration and partnership with other library systems


2 reexamine mission and core needs

2. Reexamine missionand core needs

  • not across the board

  • overlapping revenue strategies


3 funding options

3. Funding options

  • results

  • identify alternative sources of funds

  • charging vs cutting services


4 ongoing process

4. Ongoing process

  • data collection, communication, and evaluation cycle

  • build political support for maintaining services


The strategy

External Information

survey the public and other target markets

examine use patterns - anticipating data analysis need

Internal Information

use staff resources for information and build buy in

examine operating budgets for cuts

The Strategy


Strategies

Develop impact statements

Determine costs: include buildings, collections, people, technology

Develop alternative scenarios

Build support

Decide and implement

Strategies


Differences for an academic or special library

Differences for an academic or special library

  • Communication also key

    • partners different

    • method different in limited environment

  • Reexamine mission and core needs

    • external environment different eg. Periodical cost

  • Funding Options

    • different funding sources and structures

  • Building political support for maintaining services


Reallocation model

Internal Services

External Needs

Reallocation Model

  • Overlapping revenue strategies


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