Markt + Firmen Bond: Dritter Deutscher Bibliotheksleitertag

August 2007
Bibliotheksdienst;aug2007, Vol. 41 Issue 8, p923
Trade Publication
The article reports on an October 2007 meeting of the heads of German libraries on the theme "What Changes Stays the Same. Thus do Libraries Actively Use the Opportunities of Change." The educational conference was sponsored by the software company BOND. A central topic was change management for librarians. Presentations were made on lobbying as a librarian's management task and on digitalization.


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