Project: Library Efficiencies Review Progress Follow Up
Project Components and Outcomes:
Efficiencies Review Update – Progress to date evaluation with staff and management. Follow up included a staff workshop to discuss progress to date i.e. what had been achieved, what has yet to be achieved and any issues / learnings arising. Development of a progress analysis report.
Mareeba Branch Relocation Investigation and Report – new site for the Mareeba Branch investigation and review. Development of an advisory report on the proposed new site
IRRS is the Department’s specialist bio-medical and scientific information provider. Its key role is to provide timely, comprehensive and cost effective delivery of authoritative information to meet the needs of the Department’s Health Products Regulation Group (HPRG).
A comprehensive review of IRRS including key influencers and drivers, organisational alignment, clients, service offerings, organisational structure, services management and supporting processes. The review identified opportunities and improvements to enable IRRS staff to better support the strategic goals of the Department and the information needs and skills required of its specialist staff.
A report and strategic action plan that contained:
A redefinition and re-scoping of the service
A set of recommended actions and strategies for ongoing development
Metrics-informed process and performance management
A listing of potential new and upgraded technologies to assist in the implementation of better-practice e-resource management and research support
Alignment with departmental strategic direction
Associate Consultant: Steve O’Connor
Steve O’Connor’s extensive experience, skills, insight and knowledge provided an invaluable contribution to this project. RHCS highly recommends Steve O’Connor. To find out more see: http://www.informationexponentials.com/about/