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Teams in Library Technical Services

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For managers and other librarians, Bazirjian, a librarian at the U. of North Carolina, Greensboro, and Mugridge (university libraries, Penn State U., University Park) compile 12 essays on the function of teams in academic library technical services i… weiterlesen
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Titel: Teams in Library Technical Services
Autor/en: Jack G. Montgomery

ISBN: 0810852942
EAN: 9780810852945
Sprache: Englisch.
Herausgegeben von Rosann Bazirjian, Rebecca Mugridge
SCARECROW PRESS INC

März 2006 - kartoniert - 222 Seiten

Beschreibung

For managers and other librarians, Bazirjian, a librarian at the U. of North Carolina, Greensboro, and Mugridge (university libraries, Penn State U., University Park) compile 12 essays on the function of teams in academic library technical services in terms of performance evaluation, rewards and recognition, hiring, and workload and workflow. Contr

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Part 1 Introduction Part 2 Part 1: Theoretical/Historical Perspective on Teams Chapter 3 1. The Role of Organizational Culture in Effective Team Development Chapter 4 2. When Is a Team Really a Team? Examples of Team-Based Management Concepts in Academic Libraries Chapter 5 3. Teams and the Control of Work: A Case Study at Arizona Part 6 Part 2: Effectiveness of the Team Structure Chapter 7 4. University of Maryland Libraries: Case Study for Program Review Chapter 8 5. Long Live the Team! Factors in the Longevity and Success of a Semiautonomous Work Team Chapter 9 6. Strategic Planning and Organizational Structure in a Team Environment Chapter 10 7. Team Training for Technical Services: Revisiting the Concept after Ten Years Part 11 Part 3: Reevaluation of the Team Structure Chapter 12 8. Transitioning from Self-Directed Teams to a Traditional Work Unit Chapter 13 9. Letting Go: A Reflection on Teams That Were Chapter 14 10. Implementing and Dismantling Teams in Technical Services at the University of Kentucky Libraries Part 15 Part 4: Special-Purpose Teams Chapter 16 11. And They Lived Happily Ever After: Findings from the Penn State University Libraries' AV Workflow Process Improvement Team Chapter 17 12. Matrix Teams: Advancing Transitions Part 18 About the Editors and Contributors

Portrait

Rosann Bazirjian is University Librarian for the Walter Clinton Jackson Library at the University of North Carolina-Greensboro. Rebecca Mugridge is Head of Cataloging Services for University Libraries at Penn State University-University Park.

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For managers and other librarians, Bazirjian, a librarian at the U. of North Carolina, Greensboro, and Mugridge (university libraries, Penn State U., University Park) compile 12 essays on the function of teams in academic library technical services in terms of performance evaluation, rewards and recognition, hiring, and workload and workflow. Contributors, who are associated with academic libraries in the US, describe the history of teams in library technical services, how to apply team theory, and how to assess their organizational structure. Case studies of particular universities are provided, in addition to evaluations of their effectiveness, studies of libraries that have returned to hierarchical structures, and descriptions of process improvement and matrix teams. Reference and Research Book News, August 2006 ...[a] useful title... Booklist, 12/15/2006 ...highly recommended... American Reference Books Annual, vol. 38 (2007) This collection of writings provides useful correlations between theory and practice, a balanced perspective between successful and unsuccessful team implementations, and practical advice for workflow analysis. Reference and User Services Quarterly, Vol. 46, No. 4 (Summer 2007) Organizing technical services with self-directed work teams has become quite common during the past 15 years. Editors Rosann Bazirjian and Rebecca Mugridge and their cadre of experts examine this concept in Teams in Library Technical Services. American Libraries
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