The LITA leadership guide: the librarian as entrepreneur, leader, and technologist

By [editors] Carl Antonucci, Sharon Clapp; foreword by Maureen Sullivan

The LITA leadership guide: the librarian as entrepreneur, leader, and technologist edited by Carl Antonucci, Sharon Clapp ; foreword by Maureen Sullivan
Added May 8, 2018

Contents: Part I. Leadership -- What it means to be a leader in academic libraries in the 21st century / Bradford Lee Eden -- From a transactional to relational model : redefining public services via a roving pilot program at the Georgia Tech Library / Emy Nelson Decker, Marlee Givens and Bruce Henson -- Leading changes in library as an architect of technology infrastructure / Hong Ma -- Part 2. Entrepreneurship -- The entrepreneurial spirit lives in librarians / Mary G. Scanlon & Michael A. Crumpton -- The end of the world as we've known it : disruptive innovation in an academic library / Rebecca Bichel and C. Heather Scalf -- Creating spaces for innovation in the workplace / Michael Rodriguez -- Part 3. Technology -- The promise and perils of open-source / Junior Tidal -- Early adoption, early abandonment : parallel problems in promoting new technology / Caitlin A. Bagley -- A model to align technology with strategy and structure in academic libraries / Harish Maringanti

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