Please join the Rocky Mountain Chapter of SLA in welcoming Sue Cronizer for an August 16 Virtual Lunch session on “Making a Difference in Your Organization.”
Sue will discuss how information professionals can become active and visible participants in their organizations. Learn to see your unit as a business within a business, expand your impact within a strategic framework, and be recognized for your essential contributions.
Sue says, “Relevancy is the name of the game. It doesn’t matter where you work – corporate, public, or academic - it’s imperative that you stay nimble and consistently stay relevant with your constituency. You need to treat your users as if they were paying customers deploying the same techniques that companies do to sell their products. In this session, you will learn how to use the traditional tools and techniques – strategic planning, market sensing, branding, and others – to stay relevant in your dynamic environment.”
Date: August 16, 2012
Time: 12:00 noon Mountain Daylight Time (2:00 p.m. Eastern)
This program is free to all SLA members. Register now to reserve your space:
Non-members are welcome to attend by paying a $15 registration fee via the PayPal link provided on the RMSLA website, here:
Note: please allow our volunteers 48 hours to approve your registration (and payment, if applicable). Last-minute registrations cannot always be reviewed in time to admit attendees.
About Sue Cronizer
Sue Cronizer joined CSC in 1996 as a Senior Business Researcher and is currently the Managing Director of the ResearchNetwork, the Company’s dedicated market and competitive intelligence organization. In her role, Sue is responsible for managing a global team of researchers and analysts who develop actionable intelligence in support of deal prosecution, account expansion, solutions development, and strategic planning. She recently also took on the management of CSC’s global market research and sales enablement tools.
Prior to joining CSC, Sue spent seven years with Kraft Foods in the General Foods market and technical research business unit. Sue supported the research requirements for the Post Cereals, Maxwell House Coffee, and Desserts Divisions. She was responsible for understanding and anticipating all competitor activities, supporting the product development teams with market intelligence, and supporting the biologists, chemists and flavor technologists with technical research.
Sue began her career at Mt. Sinai Medical Center in New York City. While at the teaching hospital, Sue provided medical intelligence in support of breakthrough research and clinicians. She developed and led educational programs for medical students and nurses on how to conduct their own research.
Sue holds a dual B.A. in Geology and Anthropology from Binghamton University and an MLIS from the School of Information Science and Policy at SUNY-Albany.
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