The article focuses on several factors to be considered in getting the director-board team of librarians to be part of the local community's leadership team. It states that economic development is the most important aspect involved in community building that must be taken into account by the librarians. It mentions that partnerships can also serve as a vital factor in positioning a library with decision-makers.
Miller, Ellen G. and Fisher, Patricia H.
"Getting on Your Community's Leadership Team,"
Georgia Library Quarterly: Vol. 44
, Article 3.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.kennesaw.edu/glq/vol44/iss1/3