PUT YOUR IDEAS INTO ACTION
AS YOU APPROACH A CHALLENGE, ARE YOU ASKING THE RIGHT QUESTIONS?
The AALL Innovation Bootcamp is designed specifically for legal information professionals to engage in new ways of thinking to solve problems and learn real-world examples of how to assess, design, and execute solutions. You’ll also learn how to cultivate partnerships, add value using proven processes to build support for your ideas, and foster a culture of innovation.
Whether you’re early in your career and ready to give your solutions wings or a decision maker committed to maximizing the talents of your team, you’ll want to join us for this 1.5-day virtual event.
Learn how to:
- Identify areas or projects for improvement
- Employ design concepts core to innovation practices
- Use a service design methodology tailored to your library
- Pitch your ideas and solutions to supporters and stakeholders
- Navigate risks and challenges to project implementation
- Network with proactive problem solvers
- Build internal and external partnerships
- Promote ingenuity and cooperation in your workplace
We've assembled a dynamic lineup of presenters comprised of AALL members and other thought leaders to deliver a customized learning experience.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Legal information professionals, law librarians in every setting and type of library, professionals looking for a new approach to problem solving
100% of 2019 Innovation Bootcamp attendee survey respondents would recommend the event to others. Here’s what some had to say:
“This session very well presented processes of innovation, encouraged trying and being ok with #fail, and bringing together professionals of similar interest. Do it again!”
“This is one of the best library conferences I attended to help me take an approach to 'think outside the box.'”
REGISTRATION AND CANCELLATION POLICY
By attending the program, you agree that AALL, its employees, contractors, and volunteers, may photograph, videotape or audiotape you during the program (for access by attendees). Your photo, video, audio, likeness, or image may be used by AALL for promotional or related purposes with no remuneration to you. Attendees are expected to follow the rules outlined in AALL's Meetings and Events Code of Conduct.
This continuing professional education opportunity is sponsored by the American Association of Law Libraries.