Advances in Library Administration and Organization, Volume 26
Over the years, 'Advances in Library Administration and Organization' has worked to bring you research articles and essays on how we manage and ought to manage libraries and other information agencies and essays on how we should approach the problems that face us. This year is no exception.
Chapter 2 Corporate culture and the individual in perspective
The relationship of professional advice networks to receptivity to innovation in academic librarians
Chapter 4 Faculty status tenure and compensating wage differentials among members of the Association of Research Libraries
A qualitative study of the female experience
a comparison of the attributes qualifications and competencies desired by chief academic officers with those recommended by academic library direct...
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Advances in Library Administration and Organization, Volume 19
Edward D. Garten,Delmus E. Williams
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