Describes the philosophy, strategies, approaches, and leadership and management methods used by the leaders of some of the nation's most notably successful archival programs. These programs select, manage, and make available records of enduring value for research and other purposes. Despite their importance they face substantial challenges. The authors point the ways to success, outlining how to build support and position the program to thrive in its parent agency.My first article attempts to summarize the traits of successful programs and to analyze leadership skills. My concluding ... The essays show the need to balance consistency and continuity with adaptiveness and versatility. Program building andanbsp;...
|Title||:||Leadership and Administration of Successful Archival Programs|
|Author||:||Bruce William Dearstyne|
|Publisher||:||Libraries Unlimited - 2001-01-01|