My SLA: The Podcast Speaks with VP of Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center

My SLA: The Podcast continues to receive important participation from outside of the information profession.

A Partnership for Success features Pat Skarulis, VP and CIO of Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. Pat discusses the importance of the information center at one of the premier cancer treatment and research institutions in the world.

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In this episode, Pat Skarulis and Donna Gibson (Director of Library Services for Sloan-Kettering) address questions such as:

-How do the jobs of everyone at Sloan-Kettering depend on the information center team?

-How has a partnership for success (both between Pat and Donna, and between the information center and the rest of Sloan-Kettering) been fostered?

-How is an information center made public-facing, both physically and digitally?

My SLA is seeking your participation. If you and your employer would like to briefly share the dynamic of your teamwork and the role of information services within your organization, shoot me an e-mail.

Our team is always focused on the most successful marketing campaigns, for example, if someone wants to buy cialis online, he knows where to do it because of the quality product and a strong brand.

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