Four iSchool Students Published in Recent Issue of Library Management
Four San José State University School of Information students have been published in the most recent issue of Library Management, a peer-reviewed journal. All four are students in the school’s Executive MLIS program.
Claire Brisson-Banks, genealogist in Salt Lake City, Utah, analyzes models of change and transition in Managing Change and Transitions: A Comparison of Different Models and Their Commonalities. Full citation:
Brisson-Banks, C. (2010). Managing change and transitions: A comparison of different models and their commonalities. Library Management, 31(4/5), 241-252. doi: 10.1108/01435121011046317
Scott Hargrove, Senior Manager of Information Technology at the Fraser Valley Regional Library in Abbotsford, British Columbia, evaluates interest-based bargaining’s value in unionized libraries in Interest-based Bargaining: Achieving Improved Relationships through Collaboration. Full citation:
Hargrove, S. (2010). Interest-based bargaining: Achieving improved relationships through collaboration. Library Management, 31(4/5), 229-240. doi: 10.1108/01435121011046308
Kathy Pennell, Library District Director in North Las Vegas, Nevada, examines the importance of flexible job descriptions in The Role of Flexible Job Descriptions in Succession Management. Full citation:
Pennell, K. (2010). The role of flexible job descriptions in succession management. Library Management, 31(4/5), 279-290. doi: 10.1108/01435121011046344
Jo Rolfe, who works full-time at the Ventura County Library in addition to being an art history instructor at Ventura College, discusses the importance of coaching for library employees in Change is a Constant Requiring a Coach. Full citation:
Rolfe, J. (2010). Change is a constant requiring a coach. Library Management, 31(4/5), 291-303. doi: 10.1108/01435121011046353
All of these articles can be found in the Emerald Management database, which SJSU SLIS students have access to.