Strategic planning

ALIA Strategic Plan 2021-2024

The ALIA Board met on 10 August 2021 to develop the next iteration of the ALIA Strategic Plan 2020-2024, with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) as its planning framework. At this time, and for the next four  years, the ALIA Board foresees the need for a four-fold approach:

ALIA Strategic Plan 2019-2023

The Australian Library and Information Association (ALIA) will achieve its vision, provide leadership, and influence the successful evolution of the library and information (LIS) sector in Australia through the four strategic priorities: leadership and advocacy; members and membership; education and professional development; future-proofing ALIA.
 
ALIA will actively seek out partnerships and opportunities for collaboration which will complement our strategic priorities and provide us with further opportunities to expand our capacity, reach and profile.

ALIA Strategic Plan 2020-2024

The ALIA Board met on 17 August 2020 to develop the next iteration of the ALIA Strategic Plan, in response to the extraordinary social environment, with the nation divided between states and territories with no COVID-19 cases and those striving to eliminate the Coronavirus. At this time, and for the next five years, the ALIA Board foresees the need for a four-fold approach:

An agile, flexible future for ALIA: Q & A sheet

The Australian Library and Information Association’s (ALIA) move into a new building in Canberra in 1990 - 9-11 Napier Close, Deakin - was a major step for the Association. Over the years, ALIA Directors have debated the merits of retaining the building as the Association's main asset. After consultation with an Advisory Committee of long-term ALIA members and senior library leaders, the ALIA Board has made the decision to progress with the sale of the building. The property will be listed for sale in May 2020.
 

An agile, flexible future for the Australian Library and Information Association

The Australian Library and Information Association’s (ALIA) move into a new building in Canberra in 1990 - 9-11 Napier Close, Deakin - was a major step for the Association. Over the years, ALIA Directors have debated the merits of retaining the building as the Association's main asset. After consultation with an Advisory Committee of long-term ALIA members and senior library leaders, the ALIA Board has made the decision to progress with the sale of the building. The property will be listed for sale in May 2020.
 

How to win followers and influence people [slides]

ALIA New Librarians' Symposium 9 (NLS9), 5-7 July 2019 Adelaide: collaborate deviate innovate
 
This presentation (PowerPoint slides) supported the talk on the importance of social media as a promotional tool and engagement platform. This session presented a strategic plan for developing an individual, professional social media presence and building meaningful networks online.

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