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The findings of Hernon, Powell, and Young, which were published in the January 2002 issue of College & Research Libraries, also were examined. ... The results revealed that women now hold the majority of library directorships and that women's economic compensation in some cases exceeds that of their male counterparts. ... hierarchical) structure. ...doi:10.5860/crl.65.3.242 fatcat:5kjxtwmyhncsdny3sf4tzfyrie
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Original abstract. 1522 Leadership in the post-hierarchical library. R. T. Sweeney. Library Trends, 43 (1) Summer 94, p.62-94. refs. Issue devoted to the theme of “The library director.’ ... The purpose of the post hierarchical library is to increase user satisfaction with reduced resources and more staff empowerment. ...
The leadership that is required in the digital era requires a different kind of leadership. ... The library profession has achieved remarkable accomplishments over my nearly-50-year career. Now we are fully into the digital environment. ... And in the fourth category-less hierarchical organizations, we have seen a revolution. ...doi:10.3233/isu-160796 fatcat:pmfxlvzd5bfwfnkqfokuz732om
Engaging in empowering leadership behaviors has demonstrated improvement in motivation, work outcomes, and empowerment in various industry settings across the world. ... Results: Pre- and post-surveys demonstrated statistically significant improvement in empowerment. The six-month depression remission rate increased 167%, from 7.3% (N=261) to 19.4% (N=247). ... These findings were consistent with the feedback one might expect from a hierarchical leadership model where partnership is not practiced Figure 5 . 5 Results of FLS Pre-/Post-Survey. ...doi:10.24926/ijps.v4i2.166 fatcat:ejyquptv2vbbfa5rh3nrg27xji
, "Leadership in the Post-Hierarchical Library," called for a complete reengineering of the library that focused on customer satisfaction. ... In 1991, Joseph C. Rost published Leadership for the Twenty First Century, in which he attempted to provide a definition for leadership in the post-industrial age. ...doi:10.1300/j120v39n81_06 fatcat:dehrqupdrzh4dpcs3rekzgwd3e
This article reviews post-1974 scholarly literature on women's leadership in academic libraries, with the emphasis on the United States. ... The article starts with a brief overview of theories of gender and leadership before tracing scholarship on the gendered career patterns singled out in Schiller's work (1974). ... The post-1974 literature on women and leadership in academic libraries has engaged all the above. ...doi:10.1080/01930826.2019.1616970 fatcat:xm24jcjaqvhnbh4iyeewdm4jui
McAnally and Downs (1973) interviewed 22 library directors who had recently left their posts to identify what they saw as the pressures of library leadership. ... These earlier studies show how libraries are changing place within organisational structures, moving down the hierarchical levels as universities grow staff numbers in senior roles and add functions. ... Area of responsibility No. of Library Directors Archives and special collections 65 ...doi:10.1080/13614533.2018.1473258 fatcat:ox5vjebbyjallcg5774iwxy32y
Practical implications: In an environment where library budgets are in jeopardy, recruitment opportunities are limited and the workplace is in constant flux, the Auraria Library case study offers an approach ... Design/methodology/approach: Shared leadership, appreciative inquiry and knowledge creation theoretical frameworks provide the foundation for change toward the implementation of a collaborative EBIP workplace ... Bi-weekly meeting outcomes were announced via a library-wide email list, posted on the Library intranet, and discussed at monthly staff meetings. ...doi:10.1108/01435121011071193 fatcat:rajyg43obbaehlnypmguyklt4a
This article aims to analyse the manifestation of innovative leadership and its need in cultural organizations. ... The need for innovative leadership is also particularly significant in them, as the field of cultural organizations' activities is undergoing cardinal transformations. ... Leadership in libraries is particularly related to education in creating the learning-friendly environment. ...doi:10.32782/2415-8801/2019-6.1 fatcat:7fnqzneft5cpdbxcgu7seezlwa
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Covers the background to quality issues and management in the public sector generally; philosophers, gurus and evangelists in the field; specific issues affecting libraries; communications; leadership; ... the skills needed to work in a team centred environment are different from the skills used in a hierarchical structure. ...
The library department head's job has undergone a dramatic shift from what was, until relatively recently, the typical middle manager's line command position in the bureaucratic hierarchy. ... Literature analyzing these changes has been reviewed and is discussed in the context of a specific effort to reengineer library technical service operations. ... Sweeney refers to this as the "post-hierarchical library." 12 Total quality management (TQM) and reengineering have been the most recent tools in a long string of methods to evaluate organizational models ...doi:10.5860/crl.58.6.499 fatcat:mmimrrtkqbdkhob2h2gee2caqe
This glal measure asked, "All thing's considered, ow satisf d are you with your life in the Army at your presefilt post?' ... Military Leadership ' in the 1970s:4 Selected Analyses (Report D2t73-2). ...pmid:845108 fatcat:djdcdtsykfgbxi6jmryzhwepkm
And why do communities need to implement their data readers in various post-processing, visualization and analysis frameworks over and over again? ... Why are most open-access datasets not self-describing for both the domain scientist and after-use? ... The authors are thankful for the community contributions to libraries, software eco-system, user support, review and integrations. ...doi:10.5281/zenodo.822396 fatcat:lpj7ko2iofdxlk2tsygv5fyxii
Despite the constant, if not escalating, need for professional development within the library workforce, the discourse of professional development lacks critical and evidence-based considerations. ... difficulties point to a desperate need for a broader discussion and research focus on professional development so that library workers and library leaders can make informed and strategic decisions about ... Further, this actually reinforces the hierarchical order we see in libraries including the ways in which different levels of education are rewarded with different kinds of privileges, including access ...doi:10.21083/partnership.v11i2.3795 fatcat:4xnzb3ct2rdidk6volqrlppeii
in a Business Simulation ALI BADIBANGA AND MATTHEW OHLSONDriven in part by the demands of an increasing number of millennial employees, organizations continue to shift away from traditional, hierarchical ... The current study investigated the roles of community leadership in water supply through self-help initiatives in the Morogoro region. ...doi:10.1002/jls.21780 fatcat:gptvsd25eveyplsbtceefonrge
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