Introduction

Project Management for Information Professionals is a resource for people who have not been trained formally in project management principles, yet have found themselves involved in projects. They could be working on a recataloging endeavor at their library, directing their colleagues in a digitization effort in their archives, or establishing a new content management system at their museum. Colleagues may have sought them out because of their leadership abilities. They may have earned their assignments because they are dependable, good at organizing their work, and skilled at influencing others. Given increasing amounts of responsibility over time, they get things done in changing information environments.
Projects require collaboration ...

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