In order to manage library or information functions you must be able to persuasively communicate with your management. To accomplish this, you must communicate in the language of your management, marshalling trendy and persuasive points on your own behalf With that as a given, there has been a very heartening development over the last few years for library and information managers—a burgeoning management attention to information.
Koenig, M.E.D. and Broadbent, M. (1991), "NEW MANAGEMENT ATTENTION TO INFORMATION: What You Need to Know to Push Those Buttons", The Bottom Line, Vol. 4 No. 3, pp. 25-31. https://doi.org/10.1108/eb025293Download as .RIS
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