October 2017 Bar Bulletin
By Rick Stroup
“Right-sizing” is a management concept used to describe a variety of tasks, usually though not entirely circumstance driven, employed to reposition a business or institution to better deliver goods and services to its customers or constituents.
In the library world today, right-
sizing is often what we call the challenge of balancing and reshaping our physical space, our paper materials and our electronic materials. PLLKC’s physical space consists of three locations: the “big” library located in downtown Seattle in the King County Courthouse; the library located in the Maleng Regional Justice Center in downtown Kent; and an archival space...