Librarian Career Development: Volume 1 Issue 1

Category:

Library and Information Science

Table of contents

I WANNABE: THE FRAMEWORK FOR CONTINUING PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Margaret Redfern

Describes and discusses the origins, principles and possible bestpractices of the Framework for Continuing Professional Development (CPD)– introduced by the Library…

INDIGENOUS TRAINING FOR A CHANGING SOUTH AFRICA

A.P.N. Thapisa

Discusses what the most important aspects of training must be in achanging South Africa, where inequality in skills between Blacks andWhites is enormous and cuts in…

PREPARING FOR THE TOP: IS AN MBA WORTH THE EFFORT?

Patrick Noon, Sue Clegg

Two librarians, Patrick Noon and Sue Clegg, who have previouslystudied for an MBA, describe their different experiences of the course;what it offers a librarian, in terms…

THE CONTINUING CONSULTANCY: A WAY TO MANAGE CHANGE

Maurice B. Line

Argues for consultants in libraries, on a continuing basis, as away to manage change more effectively. Describes some of the flaws ofthe present system: implementation…

THE MANAGER AS COACH

Tom Barry

The secret of a manager becoming effective in coaching or trainingindividuals lies in personal attributes which will be respected andperhaps admired by the people involved…

ISSN:

0968-0810

Online date, start – end:

1993 – 1999

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited

Merged to become:

Library Management