Critical factors for successful collaboration in academic libraries (organizational behavior, administration) [electronic resource]

Knoche , Charlotte Marie
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328 p.
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$a As the environment becomes more complex, demands on organizations increase, stressing the system and threatening to diminish their ability to function and realize their goals.  Organizations, especially in the business world and the human services delivery systems, are learning that collaboration enables them to cope with these complexities.  This study has examined the literature in a variety of disciplines in order to gain insights regarding those factors considered critical for organizations to successfully collaborate.  Are these same factors critical for the world of academic libraries? Or are there differences that need to be considered?.
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$a To address these fundamental questions, a group of academic libraries that have successfully collaborated for over 25 years was examined.  The researcher conducted a field-based longevity study within the context of the consortium to ascertain which procedures and processes are followed when an emerging issue needs to be resolved.  What strategies and processes are employed? Are the factors for successful collaboration that are considered critical in other fields also relevant in the academic library setting? It must be recognized that this study was conducted within the confines of an established, mature consortium with articulated values, goals, and a distinct culture.  It is hoped that this study will provide insight into similar organizations by presenting one example of academic libraries engaged in a successful collaborative relationship.
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As the environment becomes more complex, demands on organizations increase, stressing the system and threatening to diminish their ability to function and realize their goals. Organizations, especially in the business world and the human services delivery systems, are learning that collaboration enables them to cope with these complexities. This study has examined the literature in a variety of disciplines in order to gain insights regarding those factors considered critical for organizations to successfully collaborate. Are these same factors critical for the world of academic libraries? Or are there differences that need to be considered?.
To address these fundamental questions, a group of academic libraries that have successfully collaborated for over 25 years was examined. The researcher conducted a field-based longevity study within the context of the consortium to ascertain which procedures and processes are followed when an emerging issue needs to be resolved. What strategies and processes are employed? Are the factors for successful collaboration that are considered critical in other fields also relevant in the academic library setting? It must be recognized that this study was conducted within the confines of an established, mature consortium with articulated values, goals, and a distinct culture. It is hoped that this study will provide insight into similar organizations by presenting one example of academic libraries engaged in a successful collaborative relationship.
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Source: Dissertation Abstracts International, Volume: 58-07, Section: A, page: 2440.
Thesis (PH.D.)--University of Minnesota, 1997.
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