Organizational structure of libraries
An excellent career resource for library administrators and a useful text to prepare future administrators for the tumultuous changes they will face as their libraries move toward the twenty-first century. Discusses the modification and transformation of the goals, purposes, and functions of libraries.
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What Is Organization?
Emergence of a Theory of Organization
Contemporary Concepts of Organization
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academic libraries agency American Library American Library Association apply bibliographic branch librarians budget cataloging central circulation clerical clientele collection Columbia University complex computerized concept coordination criticism decentralization decision-making decisions department heads departmental desk direct divisions educational employees enterprise established example faculty function goals hierarchy individual institution larger Library Administration library director library school library service macrocosm materials Max Weber ment middle managers networks OCLC organizational organizational theory participatory management performance personnel Peter Drucker planning positions principles problems professional Public Library purpose recent reference Rensis Likert responsibility role school libraries scientific management seek separate span of control specialists staff members staff officers standards structure task theory tion Total Quality Management trustees types of libraries units university libraries users usually various workers York