Forsyth, Ellen; Franks, Rachel
ALIA National 2014 Conference, 15-19 September 2014 Melbourne : together we are stronger
This conference paper reveals how, through working with the mechanisms and tools outlined, in addition to learning from achievements and failures in the examples provided, can contribute to: capacity building, knowledge transfer and succession planning.
This paper also highlights the importance of negotiations around assigning / sharing / taking credit, adapting to change throughout a project and working with different levels of availability, capacity and commitment of other group members. These skills will really reflect Public Libraries Supporting Communities, as collaborations become more effective.
Deakin, ACT : Australian Library and Information Association
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