Management Group (LMG)
2004-01-16 by LMG
Management Group serves as a Library forum for the discussion of substantive
issues affecting the library community. It participates in strategic planning
and in shaping Library policies in order to help lead change in the Library.
It defines key issues, sets the agenda for deliberation, and forms task
forces to study and report on specific issues. It also initiates implementation
plans and disseminates information about its activities throughout the
Library. The Group operates in an environment of respect, trust, open
dialog, and collaboration that is also a model for interaction among all
are as follows:
- The University
Librarian, as convener of the Group, makes the level of involvement
and authority of the Group clear with regard to any issue under discussion.
- The members
of the Group acknowledge that the role of the Group may change from
one issue to another, but that role is always stated in a formal way
at the outset of discussion.
- The decision-making
model for each issue is agreed upon before discussion begins.
- In the
interest of maximum participation and contribution, hierarchical relationships
that exist between members are suspended in the context of the group
of discussions are confidential to the Group.
notes of each meeting will be kept to aid in follow-up on action items.
- Fernando Acosta-Rodriguez
- Joyce Bell
- Marvin Bielawski
- Sandra Brooke
- Mary George
- Keith Gresham
- David Magier
- Alan Napier
- Dottie Pearson
- Nancy Pressman-Levy
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