State of the Industry — The Whole Nine Yards

In my editorial in Information Today this month, I opine about the linear nature of blogs and how things that actually go together tend to get broken up among pages, becoming difficult to find.

Long story short, here’s a final wrap-up of the video interviews we conducted in London last month for our State of the Industry report.  I’ve included links so you can pick and choose or hop from one video to the next.

Helping Libraries Become Knowledge Centers

Matthew Drury, Director of International Sales, Serials Solutions

Ex Libris:  Towards Openness and Convergence

Marc Daubach, Corporate V.P., General Manager, Europe, Ex Libris Group,

OCLC:  Make Libraries More Productive

Jay Jordan, President of OCLC

Advice from Nature Publishing Group:  Add “Real” Value

Grace Baynes

SIIA:  It All Depends on What Market Sector You’re In

Ed Keating, V.P., Content Division, SIIA

Springer:  “Cautiously Optimistic”

Springer V.P., Eric Merkel-Sobotta

Getting Back to Basics at Financial Times

Caspar de Bono, managing director, FT Business

Looking Forward to a Challenging 2010

Anthea Stratigos, co-founder and CEO, Outsell

Keys to Success:  Collaboration, Partnership, Integration

Rossella Proscia, Marketing Director, Gale Cengage

Industry Bright Spots:  Health and Medical Information

Karen Abramson, President and CEO, Medical Research, Wolters Kluwer

Andrew Richardson, Managing Director, Europe and V.P. of Business Development for Wolters Kluwer Health

Bad Times Creating Good Times for Info Pros

Mary Ellen Bates, independent information professional

In Companies “Smart” Info Pros Get Imbedded

Anne Caputo (DowJones), President-Elect, SLA

Business Is Booming for Independent Info Pros

Marcy Phelps, president, Association of Independent Information Professionals (AIIP)

Industry Outlook:  Seeing What the Week Will Tell

FreePint General Manager Robin Neidorf

Who Will Dominate the Technology Space?

David Snowden, founder and chief scientific officer at Cognitive Edge

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