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Management Competencies, Capabilities & Potential: LIS Management

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I constructed this presentation on behalf of Blane Dessy. This was a part of the CUA SLIS "Bridging the Spectrum" Symposium Feb 25 2011. Content from CUA SLIS LSC Management syllabus, from …

I constructed this presentation on behalf of Blane Dessy. This was a part of the CUA SLIS "Bridging the Spectrum" Symposium Feb 25 2011. Content from CUA SLIS LSC Management syllabus, from Sarah Bard and Elizabeth McLean.

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  • 11:45-55                               Introductions                                                 Course Description (slide)                                                 Course Learning Objectives/ Exercise Assignment (slide)                                                 List of Experiential Exercises (slide)                                                 Various Professional Competencies   11:55-12:03                         Sarah   12:03-12:10                         Liz   12:10-12:15                         Q & A
  • 11:45-55                               Introductions                                                 Course Description (slide)                                                 Course Learning Objectives/ Exercise Assignment (slide)                                                 List of Experiential Exercises (slide)                                                 Various Professional Competencies   11:55-12:03                         Sarah   12:03-12:10                         Liz   12:10-12:15                         Q & A
  • 11:45-55                               Introductions                                                 Course Description (slide)                                                 Course Learning Objectives/ Exercise Assignment (slide)                                                 List of Experiential Exercises (slide)                                                 Various Professional Competencies   11:55-12:03                         Sarah   12:03-12:10                         Liz   12:10-12:15                         Q & A
  • Know the leading management thinkers and theories and how these theories can be practiced in information settings   Know the basic management functions and why each is important Apply basic management principles to an information organization of his/her choosing  Appreciate that management decisions are highly contextual in nature, but should be based upon solid reasoning and experience   Understand and correctly apply the vocabulary and principles of management   Be aware of his/her own management style, preferences, and areas for improvement
  • 11:45-55                               Introductions                                                 Course Description (slide)                                                 Course Learning Objectives/ Exercise Assignment (slide)                                                 List of Experiential Exercises (slide)                                                 Various Professional Competencies   11:55-12:03                         Sarah   12:03-12:10                         Liz   12:10-12:15                         Q & A
  • What are experiential exercises? List of experiential exercises
  • What are experiential exercises? List of experiential exercises
  • 11:45-55                               Introductions                                                 Course Description (slide)                                                 Course Learning Objectives/ Exercise Assignment (slide)                                                 List of Experiential Exercises (slide)                                                 Various Professional Competencies   11:55-12:03                         Sarah   12:03-12:10                         Liz   12:10-12:15                         Q & A
  • 11:45-55                               Introductions                                                 Course Description (slide)                                                 Course Learning Objectives/ Exercise Assignment (slide)                                                 List of Experiential Exercises (slide)                                                 Various Professional Competencies   11:55-12:03                         Sarah   12:03-12:10                         Liz   12:10-12:15                         Q & A
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    • 1. Blane Dessy February 25, 2011
    • 2.
      • Introductions
      •   Course Description
      • Course Learning Objectives/ Exercise Assignment
      • List of Experiential Exercises
      • Professional Competencies
      •   Sarah Bard – Student Results
      •   Liz McLean – Student Results
      •   Q & A
    • 3.
    • 4.
      • … less about enforcing the rules than knowing how to apply the rules wisely in many different situations. Good management is nuanced and often invisible; bad management is clumsy and very visible. Finally, good management is not the absence of problems; it’s how problems are resolved.
    • 5.
    • 6.
      • 8. Administration and Management
      • 8A. The principles of planning and budgeting in libraries and other information agencies.
      • 8B. The principles of effective personnel practices and human resource development.
      • 8C. The concepts behind, and methods for, assessment and evaluation of library services and their outcomes.
      • 8D. The concepts behind, and methods for, developing partnerships, collaborations, networks, and other structures with all stakeholders and within communities served.
      • 8E. The concepts behind, issues relating to, and methods for, principled, transformational leadership.
    • 7.
    • 8.
      • Management Aptitude
      • Best Manager/Worst Manager
      • Working in an Adaptive Culture
      • Ethical Work Climate
      • Personal Decision Style?
      • Organic vs. Mechanistic Organizational Structures
      • Want to Be an HR Manager?
      • How Tolerant Are You?
      • Personality Assessment: Jung and Myers-Briggs
      • Assessment of Communication Apprehension
      • Is Your Company Creative?
      • What Is the Impact of Leadership?
      • Best Team/Worst Team
      • What Motivates You?
      • Is Your Budget in Control?
    • 9.
      • Working in an Adaptive Climate
      • Organic vs. Mechanistic Organization Structure
      • What motivates you?
      Management specifically encouraged me to bring about improvements in my workplace. I felt free to make recommendations to management above me to change existing practices. Good ideas did not get communicated upward because management above me was not very approachable. 54 Highly Adaptive Culture A clearly known way is established to do the major tasks you encounter. You seldom exchange ideas or information with people doing other kinds of jobs. People at your level frequently have to figure out for themselves what their jobs are for the day. Organic Mechanistic 26 42 52 Rank Importance 1-7 Scale The authority connected with the job. The opportunity for independent thought and action in that job. The prestige of the job inside the company. The opportunity to develop close friendships in the job.
    • 10.
      • Management Aptitude
      • What Motivates You?
      • View of Leadership’s Impact
    • 11.
      • Is that a slinky in Blane’s hand? What kind of management metaphor is a slinky?
      • A: Ah hah!