Do we need to be game changers in libraries? In some repsects I think so. Not every aspect of the game needs to change put we do have to at least react to the state of play, and preferably get ahead of the game.
1. Do you see opportunities the competition doesn’t see?
2. Do you have new ideas about where to look for new ideas?
3. Are you the most of anything?
4. If your company went out of business tomorrow, who would miss you and why?
5. Have you figured out how your organization’s history can help to shape its future?
6. Do you have customers who can’t live without you?
7. Do your people care more than the competition?
8. Are you getting the best contributions from the most people?
9. Are you consistent in your commitment to change?
10. Are you learning as fast as the world is changing?
Game Changer: Delaware Supreme Court Reverses in Lyondell Game Changer: Delaware Supreme Court Reverses in Lyondell We have begun posting memos on the Lyondell decision in our "Fiduciary Duties" Practice Area. Even though I blogged about it yesterday, the case is important enough to also blog the following...
Real-time Web a Game Changer This week's Daily Record column is entitled "Real-time Web a Game Changer." A pdf of the article can be found here and my past Daily Record articles can be accessed here. ****** Real-time Web a Game ChangerYou?ll have to forgive me for having online technologies, including social media, on my mind a lot lately...