184 pages, no illustrations
A manual of ideas and recommendations especially for those charged with the management of academic libraries concerning human resources issues. Collecting essays from a variety of learned and experienced authors, Developing Success looks to learn from experience and provide solid strategies for the future, especially in the modern day and age with an increasing prevalence of digital technology. Essays presented include "Life learning at work: staff development for the flexible workforce", "Delivering staff development using a virtual learning environment", "Rethinking professional competence for the networked environment", and much more.
'Like its predecessor it will be an essential item on academic library managers' bookshelves, and deserves wider reading given the excellent record of academic libraries in staff development activity and thought.' [Ariadne] 'On the rear cover the publisher declares 'this book is essential reading for all current and future academic library managers as well as institutional managers and staff developers' - it certainly is.' [Education Libraries Journal]
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