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Title: People capability maturity assessment among lis professionals in engineering institutions: an empirical study
Researcher: Geetha N
Guide(s): Gopalakrishnan S
Keywords: Library and Information Sciences
Engineering institutions
Maturity assessment
Preparedness
Upload Date: 16-Apr-2014
University: Anna University
Completed Date: October, 2013
Abstract: Technologies have created a new service environment in every sphere of activities and have pushed conventional boundaries of the entire organisation especially in libraries and information centres much farther with the risk and opportunities. The technology, in combination with communication and information tool facilitates in generation, acquisition, storage, organisation, searching, retrieval and transformation of information using electronic means. These electronic information sources, used initially to transport textual information, today permits other form of information such as images, videos, and audios. These electronic sources, initially served for specialized clients, now accessed by a wide range of users, ranging from computer specialists, discipline experts, laymen including the novice computer users at all levels. The development of new capabilities, an expanded ability to keep pace with, will create new opportunities in the present competitive environment. This creates ability among the professionals to capitalize an unexpected challenges and change. This goes beyond returning to established benchmarks to see professional capability as an important factor enabling a library to leverage its resources and capabilities not only to resolve current dilemmas but to exploit opportunities and build a successful future. Capable people are more likely to be able to deal effectively with turbulent environment in which they live by possessing all round capacity. Preparedness for continual change is a key attribute for people in any workplace. Today, organisations including service industries strive continuously to improve their performance as a business; it becomes mandatory to have the real and continuous change in the development and integration of the system. Methods have been devised to analyse the performance of process, people and manipulate it such that it has attained a standard. This is done by checking for the existence of evidence of the process.
Pagination: 280p.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10603/17770
Appears in Departments:Faculty of Science and Humanities

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