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The literature of management has grown rapidly. Most of it is written by academics or consultants. It tends to be repetitious and overlong, and ranges between the popular and the academic. It is bought by libraries and by individuals, but it is not clear how many read it, or how much good it...
The data collected for management information purposes by libraries can form the basis for a strategic information system. Examines the potential for SIS in libraries, possible development paths and applications. Suggests that libraries should examine the applications of such techniques and how...
Describes the establishment of a practical set of performance indicators for Bromley libraries. Analyses what the set was intended to achieve, how the indicators were chosen and what the selection criteria were. Covers the production criteria of how and when the indicators were to be made...
With intellectual convergence between the information and communication professions, there is an increasing need to understand the construction and dissemination of news, a product common to both domains. Discusses major approaches to the study of news. Identifies sources useful for the study of...
Reviews some of the key issues and strategies associated with current thinking on management development, starting from the perspective that appropriate management development is a prerequisite to economic success in the 1990s. Since information professionals may be located in a variety of...
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