Management at book stations
This is a bit tricky, because the first book stations will start with an untested management model, working closely with the research team to further develop the model.
The general idea is that a book station has a lead team which is tasked with the role of a guardian and coordinator rather than with the role of a manager.
In other words: every single member at a book station is a skilled and open-minded person who subscribed to the principles of a book station, and who doesn’t need anyone to tell them what to do.
Everyone knows their job, and everyone works with the research team on everything that might need improving. And the guardians keep an eye on the overall picture and are on the lookout for possible synergies among all parties at a book station. Plus, sometimes a mediator might be needed, and that would be another task for the guardians.
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