Library organisational structure -library management, Other Management

LIBRARY ORGANISATIONAL  STRUCTURE  

OBJECTIVES 

We have learnt in Unit 1 that an organisation has to be structured in order to achieve its goals and objectives. In this Unit, we shall study the process and principles of structuring and related aspects. 

After reading this Unit, you will be able to: describe the meaning and functions of organisational structure;

  •  understand working of formal and informal organisational structures; 
  •  apply the principles and procedures for creating an organisational structure for a library;
  •  get the basis for departmentalisation; and enumerate the organisational charts, highlighting the inter-connections, inter-relations and interdependence between units of an organisation.  
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