The Role of Leadership in Library Administration
This article looks at the relationship between good leadership and effective library administration. The concept of leadership is explored as a task related to but separate from management. A comprehensive review of professional literature in the social and management sciences, with emphasis on library science, is conducted. Emphasis is given to issues of change management, planning, organizational structure, and human resources. Special focus is give to the issue of self-managed work teams in libraries. Conclusions are drawn based upon the studies reviewed within the context stated.
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