We all talk about de-silo-ing in an organization – but what does it really take to break down those barriers? This webinar continues the conversation from our successful session at the CSE 2022 Annual Meeting about breaking down barriers within organizations. Attendees will hear about the challenges involved in building connections between departments and some examples of projects and strategies that have allowed members in formerly walled-off departments of a company come together to benefit their organizations and those their organization serves. There will be plenty of time dedicated to Q&A so that attendees can offer their own views and ask questions of the panelists.
- Brooke LaFlamme, Springer Nature
- Bruce Murray, Independent Consultant
- Heather Staines, Delta Think
- Jennifer Regala, American Urological Association (moderator)
Learn more about the speakers
Brooke LaFlamme, Springer Nature
Brooke LaFlamme is the Director of Editorial Performance for the Springer Nature Open Access journals, a new role as of 2022. The Editorial Performance team provides critical support and innovative solutions to journal editors, freeing them to focus on the work of publishing outstanding science. Prior to this, Brooke had roles in the Nature Portfolio as Chief Editor of the open access journal Communications Biology and, earlier, as an editor at Nature Genetics.
Bruce Murray, Independent Consultant
After career in Investment Management, Bruce went into Management Consulting via an MBA. After 10 years in the Strategy & Transformation department of a major consulting firm, he went independent (2010).
His background is cross industry with some significant engagements in Publishing (Operating Model realignment, Transformation, M&A, Sales & Licensing workflow improvement, Organisational Design)
Heather Staines, Delta Think
Heather Staines is Senior Consultant at Delta Think and Director of Community Engagement for the OA Data Analytics Tool. Her prior roles include Head of Partnerships for Knowledge Futures Group, Director of Business Development at Hypothesis, as well as positions at Proquest, SIPX (formerly the Stanford Intellectual Property Exchange), Springer SBM, and Greenwood Publishing Group/Praeger Publishers. She is a frequent speaker and participant at industry events including the COUNTER Board of Directors, the Charleston Library Conference, the STM Futurelab, Society for Scholarly Publishing, Council of Science Editors, the NISO Transfer Standing Committee, and the NASIG Digital Preservation Committee. She has a Ph.D. in Military and Diplomatic History from Yale University.
Date: August 4
Time: 11am ET/8am PT