What do you all think of Michael Casey's & Michael Stephens's article in Library Journal
, "The Open Door Director
I find it a flabbergastingly good article. Finally, it doesn't focus on the technology (which I believe is secondary to what Library 2.0 is about), but rather on the implications of what using these technologies do.
And they're amazingly frank, insisting that person in a responsible leadership role should leave the door open to communication. But this is not just about people in leadership, but for everyone, because with the attributes of (what I call) Library Administration 2.0, come more personal responsibility.
Gosh. I have to read it a few more times to absorb it. It's fabulous.