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Monday, March 9 • 10:45am - 11:30am
S13: Building a Library Talent Program from Scratch: How Boston University Libraries Separated Talent from HR to Transform Its People Operations

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The uncertainty of the future of the academic library casts a long shadow on today’s library operations. This session will discuss the important distinction between talent and HR, and the need to recast a vision of future-proofing our organizations under unprecedented budgetary and environmental constraints.

Speakers
avatar for Eleni Castro

Eleni Castro

Director of Digital Ventures, Boston University Libraries
Looking forward to connecting and partnering with others interested in scholarly communications, digital scholarship, digital collections, research data management and curation, research information management, as well as digitization of cultural heritage materials. To give you some... Read More →
avatar for Tony Zanders

Tony Zanders

Entrepreneur in Residence, Boston University Libraries
I'm the inaugural EIR at Boston University. After a 10 year career at Ex Libris and EBSCO, I started a community of library leaders preparing for the future of work by rethinking the professional development, recruitment and retention using tech.


Monday March 9, 2020 10:45am - 11:30am CDT
Room 105
  3. Organizational Strategies