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Managing Automation: A Process, Not a Project
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Library Hi Tech Volume 6, Number 1,

Abstract

Discussion of issues in management of library automation includes: (1) hardware, including systems growth and contracts; (2) software changes, vendor relations, local systems, and microcomputer software; (3) item and authority databases; (4) automation and library staff, organizational structure, and managing change; and (5) environmental issues, including funding and institutional values. (5 references) (MES)

Citation

Hoffmann, E. (1988). Managing Automation: A Process, Not a Project. Library Hi Tech, 6(1), 45-54. Retrieved August 4, 2020 from .

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