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On Radical Trust in Libraries

I posted this yesterday at our ALA L2 Blog:

http://library2.0.alablog.org/blog/_archives/2006/5/6/1936772.html

One point here about radical trust: I think letting go of silos in our libraries has a lot to do with embracing radicat trust (RT). How often do we see branches, departments, units, subject areas etc that exist as their own little kingdom? These are silos. We need to share -- and share freely without worrying that someone may outshine us for a second or some other location will get all the glory --across a flatter organizational structure.

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