Fyusion’s organisational change project features at QQML conference
Government agencies across the world are grappling with the challenges of smaller budgets and the need to ‘do more with less’. Organisations are seeking new ways to deliver services with a reduced resource base.
In this environment, this year’s Qualitative and Quantitative Methodologies in Libraries (QQML) conference, held in Paris at the end of May, focussed on managing a library under budget restrictions and pursuing innovations in service delivery.
Since 2013, Fyusion has worked with libraries and other cultural institutions to support them to find more efficient ways of working. For QQML 2015, Fyusion partnered with the State Library of NSW and delivered a paper about a successful organisational change project involving the Library’s core collection management function. The paper discusses the research method developed by Fyusion to identify opportunities for savings and efficiencies and reflects on the implementation journey undertaken by the Library to date.
The abstract of the paper delivered by Fyusion and the State Library can be found here: http://fyusion.com.au/case-studies/