Presentation on theme: "Systematizing 20082012 Shared Vision WHERE WE BEGAN…..2008 CHALLENGES Staff ReductionsThe wrong What Silos of SupportMissed OpportunitiesNo System CoordinationNo."— Presentation transcript:
WHERE WE BEGAN…..2008 CHALLENGES Staff ReductionsThe wrong What Silos of SupportMissed OpportunitiesNo System CoordinationNo Strategic Plan
The Process A New Direction A New Perspective Outcomes: Anticipated and ….unanticipated 20082009-2012 2012
Leadership Bold decision to take action Set direction Plan with the end result in mind Layers of Support Management Team State Library Consultant Our Compass PLA Planning Method Define Vision & Set Goals Adopt Strategic Plan New Direction
New Perspective Create Capacity Inspire staff Learn about each team member Everyone is a teacher Ensure Ownership Develop action teams Include in employee goals Facilitate System-Thinking Build Agility Prioritize Pulse Checks Timing & Pace
Outcomes Pattern & Process Replicated strategic planning process System coordination & facilitation Increased two-way communication Sustainable Investment Trained & knowledgeable staff High quality services Align resources with mission Community Trust At the Table Impact community outcomes Leverage resources
[Type a quote from the document or the summary of an interesting point. You can position the text box anywhere in the document. Use the Text Box Tools tab to change the formatting of the pull quote text box.] Libraries General Manager Management Team Youth Services Strategic Implementation ACTION TEAMS Staff Development Team Programming Team Outreach Team Marketing Team Technology Team Youth Services Coordinator
Staff Feedback A real value of arts activities is that they open us up as professionals to step beyond our own boundaries and experience our own artistry…which then opens the door for us to do the same with our patrons.
It Takes Time Any environment or organizational culture is made up of people. And personal change requires awareness and requires time. It requires deliberate action--intentionality. More Than A Place to Go
Lessons Learned For the Next Time Learn From Others: Proven Practices Pay Off Listen to Customers: Ask New Questions Mining Resources: Explore and Dig Deep Integrate Existing Programs: With a Twist Replicate Success: Go With a Proven Winner
Lessons Learned For the Next Time Partnerships: Looking Out, Looking In Promotion with Pizazz: The Unexpected Continuous Staff Development Be Bold, Be Nimble: Be prepared to tack Recycle Effective Models:
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