The Commercial Legal and Scientific Information Group (CLSIG) invites you to attend our latest seminar
Your information service under review: building a persuasive business case
Tuesday 21 April, City Business Library, 1 Brewers' Hall Garden (off Aldermanbury Square), London EC2V 5BX
Doors open at 6pm, 6.30 - 8.00pm followed by a networking reception
Following on from the successful redundancy seminar held at the BMA in February this seminar will outline the need to prepare persuasive business cases to help support and maintain a strong information service within an organisation.
Sarah Fahy, Head of Global Library services at Allen & Overy, will be talking about making a business case, giving a practical run-through of the many management issues behind decision making common to a lot of organisations. Sandra Ward, Senior Associate Consultant, TFPL, will also be talking from a consultant's perspective.
Future seminars include:
Managing stress in the workplace
Thursday 25 June, doors open at 6pm, 6.30 - 8.00pm followed by a networking reception
BMA House, Tavistock Square, London WC1H 9JP
Wondering what our seminars are like? See here for a review <http://suehill.typepad.com/shrweblog/2009/02/an-expensive-luxury.html> .
All seminars are £10 for CLSIG members, £15 for non-members. To book or for more information please email [log in to unmask] <mailto:[log in to unmask]> .
Cheques should be made payable to CLSIG, and sent to Joanna Hudson, Information Services Officer, Hammonds LLP, 7 Devonshire Square, London EC2M 4YH. Please note that refunds are only available up to a week before the event.
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