Management of information organizations

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Information organizations influence individuals and societies in many different ways. These influences have economic, political, cognitive, and cultural dimensions. To manage these influences and to understand their impact at the individual, organizational and social level, it is important to uncover the conceptual and operational facets of Information, Management, and Information Organizations' and this book does that. Management of Information Organizations presents a broad view of information organizations, and examines the qualities of management, and role of information professionals in these organizations. The book equips the reader with the knowledge to develop a deep intellectual foundation on which rests the management in information organizations. The author begins with a rich and lucid discussion on Information. The chapters which follow focus on Organizations; Management; Information Organizations; and The Role of Information Managers and Information Professionals in Information Organizations.This book' provides a foundation in the core concepts of Library and Information Science' includes multi-disciplinary points-of-view for the reader' provides both theoretical and practical perspectives' explores the fundamental issues concerning information organizations
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationOxford, United Kingdom
PublisherChandos Publishing
Number of pages159
ISBN (Electronic)9781780633039
ISBN (Print)9781843346241
Publication statusPublished - 2012


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