I chaired our monthly ICT Management and was mainly concerned to implement my "New Year Resolution" to run a more effective strategic management team. The agenda, reports and other material for all meetings will now be accessed through our SharePoint meeting space, projected onto the office wall.\nWe spent a fair amount of time on SharePoint issues, and agreed it will remain a standing agenda item until we are comfortable that it is effectively configured, robust and effective as the organisation's core information repository. "Doctor SharePoint" (currently Matthew Keyworth) will be invited to attend future meetings for this item. In the meantime, all ICT personnel are being asked to ensure they set-up their own SharePoint "My Sites", including profiles and photographs.\nOther standing items will be:-\nSystems Infrastructure Strategy.\nService Plans (& Star Chamber commitments progress).\nFlexible Working in ICT.\nPerformance Indicators \u2013 focussing on trends and exceptions.\nSoftware status \u2013 our current versions versus latest available, and plans for adoption of upcoming changes.\nAudit Updates.\nBuilding 1000 preparations \u2013 with the current focus on development of our training and support offer, as people move in.\n\nStanding items will change over time, and there will obviously be ad-hoc items reflecting current priorities. One such item, on this occasion, was the Common Risks Guide return for our service.\n\nSOCITM colleagues and I finalised the agenda for next Friday's special Priority & Urgency Group and National Council, meetings, and the calling notices were sent-out. We also confirmed the date of this year's AGM, at which we will announce the results of the organisational review and any concomitant restructuring, as 24th April, at the British Library.