Redefining the British Library in the 21st century

Bond, Vanessa
August 2005
inCite;Aug2005, Vol. 26 Issue 8, p6
Deals with the reinvigoration of the brand, services and structure of the British Library as of August 2005. Efforts made by Lynne Brindley, CEO of the British Library, to transform the institution; Factor that influenced Brindley to employ high-level modernisation strategy; Challenges in transforming the library; Information on the British Library.


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