Library Leaders Digital Strategy Summit 2013
Strategic choices and decision-making are a challenge for all directors, deans, curators and senior managers, especially in the digital environment. Options and alternatives abound, so how do we choose what best fits for our communities, campuses, corporations, and governments? The new Library Leaders Digital Strategy Summit is an interactive event with leading-edge thinking, collaborative opportunities for evaluating different future scenarios, various perspectives and viewpoints, industry experts, and more. Digital strategy has been defined as the process of specifying an organization's vision, goals, opportunities, and initiatives in order to maximize the business benefits digital investments and efforts provide to the organization. This newly designed summit pushes us to clarify our visions and goals for digital strategy in library environments, share opportunities and initiatives, and consider the benefits our investments will produce.
This 2-day summit is an intimate forum for library leaders, directors, CEOs, and CIOs of academic, public, government, and special libraries as well as executive management of archives and museums to problem-solve, discuss, and network with colleagues. It features a mix of focused conversations with experts, thought-leader panels, roundtable and facilitated peer discussions with time for individual reflection.