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100 1  O'Connor, Steve|c(Librarian)|0http://id.loc.gov/
       authorities/names/no2016061914 
245 10 Library Management in Disruptive Times. 
264  1 [Place of publication not identified] :|bFacet Publishing,
       |c2017. 
300    1 online resource 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    computer|bc|2rdamedia 
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504    Includes bibliographical references and index. 
505 0  Title page; Contents; Contributors; Introduction; As an 
       accidental editor; Note; CHAPTER 1 Leading change: 
       knowledge for success; Introduction; Change: it's all 
       about people; Change: a step-by-step process, or a cycle?;
       Communication and engagement: keys to effective change; 
       Resistance to change: opportunity or threat?; Keeping 
       change alive: avoiding organizational homeostasis; Leading
       change or managing change? Whatever the case, make change 
       happen!; References; Further reading; CHAPTER 2 Management
       fads and fashions and their impact on the LIS community; 
       Introduction. 
505 8  Change, change and more changeManagement fads and 
       fashions; Library fads and fashions; Conclusion; 
       References; CHAPTER 3 The Five Rules of Engagement for 
       librarians: aux Ranganathan's laws of library science; 
       Introduction; Focusing on users; Ranganathan's Five Laws 
       of Library Science; The Five Rules of Engagement for 
       librarians; Management use of the Five Rules; Conclusion; 
       References; CHAPTER 4 Library management, disruption and 
       consortia: an Australian example; Introduction: the value 
       of library consortia; Collaboration between Australian 
       libraries; Key challenges to collaborative behaviour. 
505 8  Changing commitments to collaborationConclusion: the value
       proposition of collaboration; References; CHAPTER 5 No 
       regrets; just lessons: economic crisis is changing our 
       life and the management of libraries; Introduction: 
       library management and the global economic crisis; No 
       regrets: global 'views' of underlying principles of 
       library management; Lessons learnt: overview of a 'new' 
       library management agenda?; Conclusions, and thoughts for 
       future research; References; Notes; CHAPTER 6 Introducing 
       agile principles and management to a library organization;
       Introduction; A new organization; Agile. 
505 8  Speculation, development and changeAgile in libraries; 
       Agile software development at Chalmers Library; Cross-
       functional teams; Management and agile; Understanding your
       context: user experience and design; Get out of the 
       building; Conclusion: moving forward; Acknowledgements; 
       References; CHAPTER 7 The role of professional 
       associations in changing times; Introduction; A changing 
       professional environment; Professional associations; 
       Library associations; National library associations; Core 
       roles and responsibilities of national library 
       associations. 
505 8  The implications of the changing environment for national 
       library associationsDeclining membership; Declining 
       participation levels; Emerging opportunities for national 
       library associations; Conclusion; References; CHAPTER 8 
       And the walls came tumbling down & The library profession 
       confronts all-invasive new managerialism; Introduction; 
       The sure world of 'traditional' library management; Doing 
       more for less: the 'new managerialism' and the library 
       profession; Common-sense library management skills; 
       Confronting new managerialism with tradition and passion; 
       References. 
520    This book identifies the key skills and attitudes needed 
       by the library leaders of today and tomorrow and delivers 
       a balanced view of the future of the profession. 
588 0  Print version record. 
650  0 Library administration.|0http://id.loc.gov/authorities/
       subjects/sh85076655 
650  0 Library science|0http://id.loc.gov/authorities/subjects/
       sh85076723|y21st century.|0http://id.loc.gov/authorities/
       subjects/sh2002012478 
776 08 |iPrint version:|tLibrary management in disruptive times.
       |dLondon : Facet Publishing, 2015|z9781783300211
       |z1783300213|w(OCoLC)925392971. 
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       db=nlebk&AN=1454579|zView online 
990    Cambridge University Press|bOhioLINK Cambridge University 
       Press EBA Collection|c2020-05-27|yNew collection 
       CUP.ohiolinkeba|5OH1 
990    eBooks on EBSCOhost|bEBSCO eBook Subscription Academic 
       Collection - North America|c2017-06-23|yMaster record 
       variable field(s) change: 505, 650, 776 - OCLC control 
       number change|5OHN 

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