Advantages and disadvantages of stock verification, Other Management

Advantages and Disadvantages of Stock Verification

Some of the advantages  and disadvantages of stock verification are listed in this section. 

Advantages 

•  By revealing  the number of books lost  in a library it helps to replace the lost books. 

•  Gives an indication of books popular with readers although often  in academic libraries such books are not necessarily those recommended in the course. 

•  Enables the library staff to get a better acquaintance with the books, which is very necessary for the maintenance staff. 

•  Ensures thorough dusting, cleaning and rearrangement. 

•  Facilitates identification of worn-out books for mending, repair and binding. 

•  Helps to keep the library catalogue and other stock control records up-to-date. 

•  Gives an indication of the efficiency of the library staff with reference to vigilance and carefulness in maintaining the collection. 

Disadvantages 

•  Regular routine of library work gets disturbed 

•  Inconvenience to readers is caused; 

•  Considered to be a waste of time, energy and money by some; 

•  May turn out to be a futility since the reality may never be revealed for various reasons.  

 

Posted Date: 11/9/2012 8:00:32 AM | Location : United States







Related Discussions:- Advantages and disadvantages of stock verification, Assignment Help, Ask Question on Advantages and disadvantages of stock verification, Get Answer, Expert's Help, Advantages and disadvantages of stock verification Discussions

Write discussion on Advantages and disadvantages of stock verification
Your posts are moderated
Related Questions
Question: "Web-based training is part of the biggest change in the way our species conducts training since the invention of the chalkboard or perhaps the alphabet. The developm

Efficient library management: These-functions are carried out by any reasonably efficient library. The emphasis the definition is on the provision of information as a major fu

QUESTION 1 (a) Explain the BCG matrix (b) You are required to discuss the limitations of the BCG matrix as a tool/technique used in formulating corporate strategy QUE

QUESTION 1 (a) Explain the steps involved in Strategic Planning Process. (b) Using the different components of a mission statement, write a model mission and vision statemen

Impact of demand forecasting on supply chain management

Convenience Sampling - A convenience sample is a group of  individuals who  are readily available to participate in a study. That is, the choice of the  sample  is  left complete

Problem 1 If public relations practitioners are considering establishing a Web presence for themselves as well as their clients, explain some major questions that should be ans

(a) What is customer relationship management? (b) What are the three main elements to consider when aligning your business towards a customer relationship format? (c) What a

Persuasion When communication is your goal often is to persuade the audience to get the message that you are conveying to them. Persuasion is connected to the feasibility of th

Question: A textile manufacturing company would like to implement a system for managing its production. The company does not have any in-house IT staff and has outsourced the c