Inherent Strategies in Library Management

PREFACEOverview of Library ManagementINTRODUCTIONHISTORICAL BACKGROUND OF LIBRARY MANAGEMENTPAST CORE RESEARCH ON THE HISTORY AND THEORIES OF LIBRARY MANAGEMENT: THE 1900s TO THE 1950sMODERN STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT: AFTER THE 1960sOBJECT OF ANALYSIS AND FRAMEWORK OF ANALYSIS IN THIS BOOKREFERENCESInfluence of Business Management Theories on Libraries from 1960s to 2010sOBJECTIVES AND FRAMEWORK OF ANALYSISCITATION ANALYSIS FINDINGS 2.2.1 Type of OrganisationManagement Area in Library Management TextbooksManagement Philosophers/AuthorsCONCLUSIONSREFERENCESIncompatibility of Business Management Theories in Library ManagementOBJECTIVES AND FRAMEWORK OF ANALYSISBIBLIOMETRIC ANALYSIS AND CASE STUDIES: GENERAL METHODSPROCEDURESMANAGEMENT THEORIES IN THE 1960sLong-Range PlanningThe Management Theory of Koontz and O'Donnell (i960)The Management Theory of the American Library AssociationPlanning Programming Budgeting System (Young, 1976)Conclusions About Using Long-Range PlanningManagement by ObjectivesCase Study: The Pennsylvania State University Libraries (Johnson, 1973)Case Study: The Houston Academy of Medicine-Texas Medical Center Library (Lyders, 1979)Conclusions About Management by ObjectivesGame TheoryCase Study: Examples of Applying Game Theory to Library Networks (1980)Case Study: Cooperative Game Theory and Library Decision-Making (2003)Conclusions About Using a Management of Game TheoryMANAGEMENT THEORIES IN THE 1970sStrategic Planning and Strategic ManagementCase Study: Pennsylvania State University Libraries (Cline & Meringolo, 1991; Gannaro, 1989)Case Study: University Library of California, Riverside (Gardner, 1989)Case Study: University of Iowa Libraries (Gardner, 1989)Conclusions About Using Strategic Planning/ Strategic ManagementLibrary Management Evaluation TheoriesALA Management Evaluation TheoriesISO 11620 (ISO, 2014)ARL Management Evaluation Theory: Management Review and Analysis Program (Johnson & Mann, 1980)Lancaster Library Management Evaluation TheorySERVQUAL (Carman, 1990; Parasuraman, Berry, &Zeithaml, 1991; Parasuraman, Zeithaml, & Berry, 1988,1994; Zeithaml, Parasuraman, & Berry, 1990)Hernon's Library Management Evaluation Theory (Hernon & Altman, 2010; Hernon & Dugan, 2004)LibQUAL+ (Association of Research Libraries, n.d.; Cook, 2001)Conclusions About Using Library Management Evaluations: Performance indicators, Measurements and EvaluationsMANAGEMENT THEORIES IN THE 1980sCompetitive Strategy and Value ChainCase Study: Analysis of Libraries Based on Competitive Strategy (Cronin, 1989)Case Study: Environmental Analysis based on Competitive Strategy (Flower, 2004)Conclusions About Using Competitive Strategy and Value ChainPeters and Waterman's Eight Excellence AttributesCase Study: Richard F. Barter's Study (Barter, 1994)Conclusions About Using Eight Excellence AttributesMANAGEMENT THEORIES IN THE 1990s AND THE 2000sBusiness Process Re-engineeringCase Study: Wright State University (Winters, 1994)Case Study: Stanford University Libraries (Winters, 1994)Case Study: University of Illinois at Chicago (Zuidema, 1999)Case Study: Denver Public Library (Sarling, 2005)Conclusions About Using Business Process Re-engineeringCore CompetencyCase Study: University of Nebraska-Lincoln Libraries (Giesecke & McNeil, 1999)Other Case Studies of Core CompetencyConclusions About Using Core CompetencyOrganisational Learning/Learning OrganisationCase Study: Teton County Library (Bernfeld, 2004)Case Study: University of Nebraska-Uncoln Libraries (Giesecke & McNeil, 2004)Other Case Studies of Organisational Learning/ Learning OrganisationConclusions About Using Organisational Learning/ Learning OrganisationCommunity of PracticeCase Study: Texas A&M University Libraries (Goodwin & Gola, 2008)Case Study: University of Minnesota Libraries (Johnson, 2007)Conclusions About Using a Community of PracticePROBLEMS WITH APPLYING BUSINESS MANAGEMENT THEORIES TO LIBRARY MANAGEMENTThe Influence of Commercial Enterprise-Focused Strategic Management Theories on LibrariesThe Shortcomings of Strategic Management in Library ManagementSuitable Management Theories for LibrariesTime Taken for Commercial Enterprise-Focused Management Theories to be Applied to LibrariesManagement Theories of Little Interest to Library ManagersREFERENCESEvolution of Library Organisation and Librarian Specialities*ANALYSIS OF ORGANISATIONAL STRUCTURES AND FUNCTIONSCase Analysis Method: Overcoming the Disadvantages of Case AnalysisThe Research Subjects for Case AnalysisHARVARD LIBRARY: 1960s-2010sOrganisation and Functions of Harvard Library (I960)Organisation and Functions of Harvard Library (1980)Organisation and Functions of Harvard Library (1991)Organisation and Functions of Harvard Library (2001)Organisation and Functions of Harvard Library (2009)Organisation and Functions of Harvard Library (2012)COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY LIBRARIES: 1960s-2010sOrganisation and Functions of Columbia University Libraries (1962)Organisation and Functions of Columbia University Libraries (1997)Organisation and Functions of Columbia University Libraries (2011 and 2016)NATIONAL DIET LIBRARY: 1960s-2010sOrganisation and Functions of the NDL (1952)Organisation and Functions of the NDL (June 1959)Organisation and Functions of the NDL (1963)Organisation and Functions of the NDL (1978)Organisation and Functions of the NDL (June 1986 to April 2000)Organisation and Functions of the NDL (April 2002)Organisation and Functions of the NDL (April 2008)Organisation and Functions of the NDL (October 2011)NEW YORK PUBLIC LIBRARY: 1960s-2010sBOSTON PUBLIC LIBRARY: 1960s-2010sTOKYO METROPOLITAN LIBRARY: 1960s-2010sUNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS AMHERST LIBRARIES: 2000s-2010sEVOLUTION OF LIBRARY ORGANISATIONSubject-based Organisational StructureMedia-based Organisational StructureFunction-based Organisational StructureRegion-based Organisational StructureADAPTATIONS IN LIBRARY OPERATIONSABSORPTION OF TECHNOLOGY AND INCLUSION OF DIGITAL MEDIATHE INTRODUCTION OF NEW MEDIA AND EASE OF ADOPTION OF ORGANISATIONAL STRUCTURES AND OPERATIONSREFERENCESGeneral Strategies and Specific Strategies for LibrariesOVERVIEW OF STRATEGIES FOR LIBRARIESGENERAL STRATEGIES FOR LIBRARIESSPECIFIC STRATEGIES FOR LIBRARIESSubject SpecialisationEqualising Social OpportunitiesConsultation ServicesSophisticated Research ServicesExpanding Editing and Publishing FunctionsEnhancing Visitor FacilitiesService and Operational ImprovementPOSTFACE
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