Political will is a renewable resource

With applause cheers and someone in the audience waving a newspaper with the headline ‘RECOUNT’, Al Gore gave the keynote talk on Sunday eve. Preceeded by humor and seriousness, Lexis […] Read More »

Books for street children

A standing ovation by attendees, many with tears in their eyes, was given to Jane Kinney Meyers as she was awarded the Dow Jones Leadership Award. Jane created a library […] Read More »

Pre conference thrills

This years SLA began for me before I boarded the plane. In Pittsburgh for the week before flying to Denver I ran into Marge from my Pittsburgh SLA days. Later […] Read More »

Vendors don’t bite

Over and over again during the conference, you will be encouraged to visit the INFO EXPO hall. I have to admit that I myself have ignored this advice at previous […] Read More »

Reflections on the Preparation

I can’t believe I’ve actually made it in one piece.  Getting ready for a trip is always a crazy time.  Can my houseplants live for 5 days without me? …how […] Read More »

Inspiring thoughts

During the Leadership Development Institute I had an inspired thought — well, it had been percolating for a while. It seems to me that Librarians don’t do anything essentially different […] Read More »

A few random thoughts as the conference begins

As always, the SLA staff are doing a great job at the registration and hospitality desks.  Getting my bag o’goodies went very smoothly (the bags get nicer and more usable […] Read More »

Great beginning to SLA 2007

On Saturday I took part in the CE Course – Leadership & Knowledge Services – Developing the Management Framework for Enterprise-Wide Success.  The course was sponsored by the KM Division […] Read More »

Highlights from Leader & Keynote Address at Leadership Summit

While this is by no means a complete report, below are some of the notes I took during the leader and keynote presentations at this morning’s Leadership Summit in Denver.  […] Read More »

My First Board of Directors Meeting

I just returned from the Legal Division Board of Directors Meeting.  Thanks to Jones McClure for the yummy boxed lunches.  It was interesting for me to see how these meetings […] Read More »

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