Library and Information Center Management #2019

Library and Information Center Management Robert D. Stueart Barbara B. Moran Library and Information Center Management The latest edition of this management classic sports a fresh new look to complement its updated content It continues to cover all of the important functions involved in library management and developm

  • Title: Library and Information Center Management
  • Author: Robert D. Stueart Barbara B. Moran
  • ISBN: 9781591584063
  • Page: 109
  • Format: Paperback
  • Library and Information Center Management Robert D. Stueart Barbara B. Moran The latest edition of this management classic sports a fresh new look to complement its updated content It continues to cover all of the important functions involved in library management and development New chapters on marketing, team building and ethics have been added thought provoking mini cases and other activities introduced or expanded and international matThe latest edition of this management classic sports a fresh new look to complement its updated content It continues to cover all of the important functions involved in library management and development New chapters on marketing, team building and ethics have been added thought provoking mini cases and other activities introduced or expanded and international materials referenced than ever before This is an updated version of a perennial favourite in the classroom, and an invaluable reference source for information managers everywhere.
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    1. I m going to start this review by saying that I m going to talk about why this book was really redundant and awful and I didn t learn anything First, it was really redundant and repeated itself Second, it said the same thing over and over and I didn t learn anything Last, it was pretty pitiful and it makes me wonder if maybe librarians need to write textbooks to weed out all the other librarians who can t write but somehow get a contract to write one anyway I ll conclude by saying that, in summ [...]

    2. This was the textbook for my Library Management class, and the book completely sucked It s poorly written and clearly did not get the benefit of any real editing, which is surprising considering that it s the seventh edition In one chapter, the authors mentioned adhering to an employee s preferred preferences for something or other And then there was the chapter that was over thirty pages long yet managed to say just about nothing The only things that made using this book bearable were the snark [...]

    3. I would give this 0 stars if I could Perhaps I am speaking from a point of bias because I have a working knowledge of library management issues due to my employment history, but this book was terribly useless The level of information covered is so basic that it borders on common sense If that were not enough, that basic level of information is repeatedly and needlessly rehashed, leading to 73 page treatises on the dynamics of teams and workgroups in which pages 2 73 do not say anything substanti [...]

    4. This is a fat book Again, not the most exciting of subjects however, it is great for people who know nothing of library management It is also good for people who just haven t done any studying on management in general.There is a lot of text in the book that seems to be there just for entertainment value Aside from that, I think this book serves its intended purpose, and not just the purpose to bore me to the point of wanting to jump in front of a bus Though, it does that too

    5. This is a good textbook I would recommend this be purchased by anyone who is in a management role in a Library Worth the purchase.

    6. As a disclaimer, I m a graduate student pursuing a Master s in Library Information Science, specifically in Informatics My forte is web development, graphic design, social media, and usability The class for which I read this textbook was required.That said, while I find the topic of library administration outside my interest and than a little boring, the class itself was well instructed and engaging, and I learned much with which I could align to my day job as a library web master This particul [...]

    7. Let s be fair This book was read for a Library Management and Administration class, so odds are that unless you are really interested in this topic, you would find a textbook of the same material dull This book had some varying strengths ad weaknesses For instance, it explained many points thoroughly, but it also could have been about half its current size if it had focused on the actual information one needed wanted to know rather than rambling on and harping on various points Also, a great va [...]

    8. As is the problem with many textbooks, this book explains its subject well, just not in an interesting fashion Admittedly, many writers would have trouble making an explanation of budgeting processes just to choose a topic fascinating I do want to give the authors credit for understanding their audience At the end of the book, they talk about how most library science students don t intend on becoming managers and that many of them have really negative feelings about managing They figure students [...]

    9. Simplistic, redundant, and often cringe worthy Read this excerpt on motivation and decide for yourself No reinforcement leads to the extinction of a behavior Skinner s model posits that when a behavior is not reinforced in one way or another, it will decrease in frequency and then stop For example, if a manager neither praises nor criticizes the worker who yells across the room to get his attention, that unwanted behavior is not being reinforced and should eventually cease Yeah, that s how that [...]

    10. I reviewed some of the material in the book, read most of it, and scanned through pages highlighted some areas and very few pages were already highlighted with the used copy my father purchased for me I really wanted to focus on library trends, but didn t really touch on the subject except giving other titles to read I also wanted to read about staffing and what it is like for management since I have been getting library jobs interviews, but wondering what are they looking for I know it has some [...]

    11. I really did read this book cover to cover Well, I ran my eyes over the pages, anyway What I discovered is that there will be one sentence in each paragraph that is informative The rest of the sentences repeat that sentence in various formats, over and over, or offer vague examples I bet if I had a background in management this book wouldn t have been so sleep inducing it s like a brief whirlwind through management concepts and theories Too much information, so it just touches on everything For [...]

    12. A required reading for my MLIS program, the repetition in this book is staggering I realize that even common sense needs to be put on paper, but it hurt to read some of this I gave it a two instead of a one because it does recognize that authoritarian management styles are being supplanted by team management The What do you think segments are partly engaging and there is a great deal to read about the history of management thought and strategic planning, but most of the time I write curses in th [...]

    13. worst textbook ever I can t believe that someone actually was paid to write compile this textbook and that Libraries Unlimited can, in good conscience, charge 50 for it So thankful a friend passed it along to me for free I just owe her a nice dinner for it or else I would be pissed at having wasted money as a poor graduate student To illustrate my point, just take a peek at Figures 8.4 9.1 If I can bear to peruse the book again I ll add some of the pointless text later.

    14. This book is not as terrible as many of these reviews make it out to be I find it to be written at a high school level and it appears to have been written assuming the reader has never, ever been in the workforce It is repetitive and simplistic, but there is quality information to be had here.

    15. Anyone who thinks librarians or for that case any person working in a non profit organization has an easy day, think again This book clearly addresses significant issues raised by and dealt with organization that are in constant flux and change.Highly recommended for any person involved in management of non profits.

    16. A cut and dried textbook of theory with limited practical applications Stueart offers some critical examination of historical library management and interesting ideas for organizing libraries in the future However, the exploration of these ideas are never fully realized and the book leaves much to be desired.

    17. One of the worst textbooks I have ever read The book suffers from either poor proofreading or poor editing or both Highly unrecommended I ll give it two stars because there were a few chapters I didn t completely hate.

    18. Very theoretical and academic It is hard understanding some of their concepts However, if the reader blocks out the fact that the text looks at library management, one can see that it draws heavily on Peter Drucker and Henry Mintzberg.

    19. It is very difficult for me to feel I have learned from a book when the editors could not bother to double check the basics spelling, punctuation, and verb tense This textbook could have helped me if it hadn t distracted me with its bad grammar.

    20. Lots of typos Lots of repetition But the chapters are quick, easy reads A good 101 book, but it just brushes the surface of everything If this is a topic you re interested in, it will leave you wanting For me just trying to get through the class, it was a good read.

    21. I had a chance to compare two editions the sixth and eighth, and found that the eighth was significantly superior The addition of another author, Morner, to the first two made a big difference in readability.

    22. This isn t the worst text book I ve ever read, but it wasn t the best either It used everyday language to explain management concepts that often seemed common sense It didn t go in to much detail about aspects that seem important I mean, this is a graduate class for jeeze sake

    23. The book is a useful and comprehensive introduction to management and leadership within a library context However, it s rather wordy sometimes the authors repeat themselves unnecessarily.

    24. LIS 603Assigned 623 pagesCh 1 2, 4 15, 18 20 370 pages18 articles 253 pagesRead 471 pagesCh 1 2, 4 11, 13 15, 18 20 344 pages16 articles 127 pages

    25. Exasperating and painful Rambling, redundant, unedited in both senses , and uninspiring The use of partial case studies to be continued online with incorrect URLs is especially egregious.

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