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NISO Change Management Series - Supporting the Workforce - 10.21.20

During the months of full and partial lockdown, organizations have had to support their workforce in a variety of ways. Budgets have been revisited. Equipment has been provided and deployed to enable staff to work remotely. And, importantly, working practices — including meetings, staff management, deliverables, and more — have had to change, often significantly. What has the impact been on information workflows and internal systems? How did institutions and organizations in our community work to mitigate some of the significant challenges experienced by their workforce? In this webinar we will hear from information industry professionals about how they and their organizations supported the people in their workforce and what they learned they could do to support them.
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NISO Webinar


Helping people gain a greater understanding of the information community — our issues and concerns, challenges and opportunities — is core to NISO's mission. Our events are a key element of this, with our popular webinar program at their heart. And, following the NISO/NFAIS merger earlier this year, all NISO members can now attend all 14 webinars in 2020 completely free of charge! This includes an unlimited number of places and full access to a recording of each webinar for anyone who is unable to attend the event itself.
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Alison Denby

Vice President, Journals, Oxford University Press


Alison Denby is the VP for Journals at Oxford University Press (OUP). She’s been at OUP for ten years and prior to that worked at BePress, Wiley/Blackwell, HMSO and Emerald. She is passionate about supporting the long-term sustainability of the not-for-profit journal publishing community. Alison has an MBA from Babson College.
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John Shaw

Chief Technology Officer, Sage Publications


John Shaw is the Chief Technology Officer at SAGE Publishing, a leading independent, academic and professional publisher of innovative, high-quality content. John is a 25-year veteran in the publishing industry. During his tenure, John has held management roles in Production, Composition, Abstracting and Indexing, Technology and Operations. He is currently responsible for SAGE's global electronic publishing technology program, including electronic peer review, content hosting platforms, semantic indexing & content enrichment, content encoding strategies, web technologies, online accessibility, electronic content delivery, video asset and content management strategies. John has a proven track record in recruiting and managing high-performing global teams, including an international staff and external development partners. John is actively involved in the industry, frequently speaking at key publishing events, including SSP, STM, ALPSP, PSP, and The Digital Publishing Summit. He has previously served as a board member of the The Society of Scholarly Publishing and CrossRef Board and is a member of the STM Future Labs group.
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John Zenelis

Dean of Libraries and University Librarian, George Mason University


John Zenelis is Dean of Libraries and University Librarian at George Mason University. He has led Mason’s library system for more than 20 years. For a period of a dozen years, he also served concurrently as Associate Vice President for Information Technology at Mason. Among the range of responsibilities associated with his Dean of Libraries role, he also oversees the GMU Press, which is part of University Libraries. His prior professional experience includes senior administrative positions at Temple University Libraries, including two years as acting University Librarian, and before that middle level management positions at Columbia University Libraries. His professional start and training was with The Research Libraries, The New York Public Library.
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Julie Mosbo Ballestro

Associate Dean for Administrative and Faculty Services at Texas A&M University Libraries


Julie Mosbo Ballestro has held the position of the Associate Dean for Administrative and Faculty Services since January 2020. This position is responsible for administering the functions associated with the University Libraries’ Business Services, Employee Resources, Facilities Services, as well as managing faculty recruitment, hiring, retention, professional development, and promotion and tenure. Ms. Mosbo Ballestro started her career at Texas A&M University Libraries as the William and Susan Ouren Preservation Librarian in October 2013 and became Director of Preservation in 2014. She served as Interim Director of Cushing Memorial Library and Archives from September 2018-November 2019. Ms. Mosbo Ballestro holds a master’s degree in Library and Information Studies from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and a Certificate of Advance Study in Preservation Administration from the University of Texas-Austin. Ms. Mosbo Ballestro has served on many international and national committees including the Association of Libraries and Technical Services Board and chair of the Preservation and Reformatting Section of the American Library Association.