INF 387C - Managing Information Services and Organizations

Spring 2002
Unique ID: 45090
Syllabus:   Syllabus
Room: SZB 468
Days:  Mon
Time: M 6:00-9:00P
 

Description:
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.

Case Studies
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