Managing in the Information Age
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BeschreibungTechnology has provided many new tools to assist in managing, particularly in the management of resources. Prentice places management within its social, economic, and political context, and shows how management attitudes and activities are closely related
InhaltsverzeichnisPart 1 Acknowledgments Part 2 Introduction Part 3 Part I. Living and Working in the Information Age Chapter 4 1 The Changing Environment in Which We Live and Work Chapter 5 2 The Sociopolitical and Organizational Context of Information Chapter 6 3 Diversity in the Workforce Chapter 7 4 Ethical Issues Part 8 Part II. Management: Putting Theory into Practice Chapter 9 5 The Organization and Its Function Chapter 10 6 Leadership Chapter 11 7 Motivation, Management, and the Manager Chapter 12 8 Communication Chapter 13 9 Marketing Part 14 Part III. Managing the Organization Chapter 15 10 Innovation and Planning Chapter 16 11 Organizing Work Chapter 17 12 Decision Making Chapter 18 13 Staffing Systems Chapter 19 14 Performance Appraisal Chapter 20 15 Program Management and Evaluation Chapter 21 16 Financial Management Chapter 22 17 Planning and Managing Physical Facilities Chapter 23 18 Knowledge Management Part 24 Index Part 25 About the Author
PortraitAnn Prentice is Professor Emerita at the College of Information Studies at the University of Maryland. She is currently pursuing research in the areas of the effects of technology on managing information environments and assessment of academic programs and the relationship to information resources.
Pressestimmen...a well-articulated and a consistently organized work. It contains a wealth of suggestions for additional readings that will provide managers with introductory tools for addressing the challenges of library management in the information age...especially useful to graduate students in library and information science studying organization management. Reference and User Services Quarterly, Vol. 45 No. 3, Spring 2006 Prentice provides an inclusive introduction to management principles as they can be applied in today's libraries. Though the book is basic enough to be used as a text in library management classes, its later chapters are practical enough to serve as a reference for those seeking to improve or change either their organizations or personal management activities. Part I provides a comprehensive introduction to the context in which current workplaces thrive, Part II to the theories behind modern organizations and their management. Both are broad enough to apply to nearly any workplace, making this volume useful to practitioners outside the library world. Part III discusses aspects of management as they are more directly applied to libraries and information centers: planning, organizational structure, decision-making, staff, evaluation, finances, facilities and knowledge management. Though the language is sometimes awkward, the basic principles of management and their application are presented in well-digested form. Info Career Trends
Untertitel: Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: SCARECROW PRESS INC
Erscheinungsdatum: Mai 2005
Seitenanzahl: 405 Seiten