There’s no shortage of library management books out there—but how many of them actually tackle the little details of day-to-day management, the hard-to-categorize things that slip through the cracks of a larger handbook? "Library Management Tips that Work" does exactly that, addressing dozens of such issues facing library managers, including
* How to create a job manual, and keep staff accountable
* Keeping your library board in the loop
* Using numbers to make your case
* Dealing with unreturned library materials
* Methods for managing multiple libraries with one FTE librarian
* Retaining services despite budget cuts and staff shortages
* Public relations on a shoestring
Written by contributors from across the field, this eclectic guide offers best practices suitable for managers in all types of libraries.
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Published July 8, 2011
by Amer Library Assn.
Political & Social Sciences, Education & Reference.