Library Trends 41 (2) Fall 1992: Managing Human Resources in Research Libraries


Library Trends 41 (2) Fall 1992: Managing Human Resources in Research Libraries. Edited by Anne Woodsworth and Ellen Detlefsen.

Large libraries, whether academic, public, special, or national, are becoming increasingly complex to manage. In response to dramatic societal, cultural, and technological changes, these libraries need an increasingly broad array of talent to achieve their missions successfully. As new technologies are integrated into the fabric of already complex libraries, new problems will emerge in human resource management, and previously successful solutions will have to be reexamined. This issue of Library Trends brings together a collection of articles that discuss issues facing research libraries in trying to make optimal use of their most valuable asset, their cohort of human resources.

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