INF 387C - Managing Information Services and Organizations
Introduction to management theory, concepts, processes and practices as applied to libraries and other information agencies and systems. (Graduate standing)
Introduction to management theory, concepts, processes, and practices; their application to libraries and other information agencies and systems.
The Basics: An introduction to mainstream management through required readings, lectures, class discussion.
Beyond the Basics: Readings from recent periodical literature on selected current trends, problems, and applications; discussions; and occasional presentations by practitioners in the field.
Exercises: Budgeting spreadsheets; your personal philosophy statement (at least 450 words),
and Management Field Project.