Winning with Library Leadership: Enhancing Services Through Connection, Contribution, & Collaboration

American Library Association
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Under pressure to achieve more with less, libraries need to change how they achieve goals. In networked organizations, teamwork, communication and collaboration are keys to getting results. This title offers a roadmap with strategies and action steps to create shared accountability and responsibility in a customer-focused, fast-paced environment.
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Publisher
American Library Association
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Published on
Dec 31, 2004
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Pages
116
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ISBN
9780838908853
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Language
English
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Genres
Business & Economics / Leadership
Education / Teaching Methods & Materials / Library Skills
Language Arts & Disciplines / Library & Information Science / General
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1 Compensation Program Objectives: Your Compensation Program ; Compensation and the Human Resources System ; Total Compensation ; Your Reasons for Undertaking a Compensation Study ; Getting Started. -- 2 Preliminary Planning: Commitment and Involvement ; Communications ; Engage Consultants or Not? ; Committee Approach or Not?. -- 3 Job Analysis ; Definition ; Uses ; Data to Collect ; How to Collect the Information ; Legal Compliance. -- 4 Job Descriptions ; Multipurpose Studies ; How to Draft the Job Description ; Employee and Supervisory Review and Buy-in ; Final Approval. -- 5 Context and Compensation Philosophy ; Interview Questions for Senior Management and the Board ; Compensation Philosophy ; Compensation Policy Design Components. -- 6 Point Factor Job Evaluation System for Internal Equity ; Job Evaluation ; Designing and Applying a Point Factor System ; Librarians with Faculty Status. -- 7 Market Pricing ; Step 1: Establish aTime Line ; Step 2: Select Benchmark Positions to Survey ; Step 3:Target Survey Participants ; Step 4: Decide if You Will Ask about Pay Practices or Benefits ; Step 5: Design the Survey ; Step 6: Use Other Market Data Sources ; Step 7: Follow up and Verify Responses ; Step 8: Analyze and Adjust Data ; Step 9: Prepare and Send Reports. -- 8 Salary Structure Design ; Developing Pay Ranges ; Drafting the Structure ; Costing the Salary Structure. -- 9 Implementation ; Salary Administration ; Postproject Communications. -- 10 Trends ; The Need for Change ; Recruitment and Retention Trends ; Alternative Compensation Plans ; Successful Implementation of a New Compensation System . -- Appendix, Project Work Plan and Time Line ; Glossary ;Index.
1 Compensation Program Objectives: Your Compensation Program ; Compensation and the Human Resources System ; Total Compensation ; Your Reasons for Undertaking a Compensation Study ; Getting Started. -- 2 Preliminary Planning: Commitment and Involvement ; Communications ; Engage Consultants or Not? ; Committee Approach or Not?. -- 3 Job Analysis ; Definition ; Uses ; Data to Collect ; How to Collect the Information ; Legal Compliance. -- 4 Job Descriptions ; Multipurpose Studies ; How to Draft the Job Description ; Employee and Supervisory Review and Buy-in ; Final Approval. -- 5 Context and Compensation Philosophy ; Interview Questions for Senior Management and the Board ; Compensation Philosophy ; Compensation Policy Design Components. -- 6 Point Factor Job Evaluation System for Internal Equity ; Job Evaluation ; Designing and Applying a Point Factor System ; Librarians with Faculty Status. -- 7 Market Pricing ; Step 1: Establish aTime Line ; Step 2: Select Benchmark Positions to Survey ; Step 3:Target Survey Participants ; Step 4: Decide if You Will Ask about Pay Practices or Benefits ; Step 5: Design the Survey ; Step 6: Use Other Market Data Sources ; Step 7: Follow up and Verify Responses ; Step 8: Analyze and Adjust Data ; Step 9: Prepare and Send Reports. -- 8 Salary Structure Design ; Developing Pay Ranges ; Drafting the Structure ; Costing the Salary Structure. -- 9 Implementation ; Salary Administration ; Postproject Communications. -- 10 Trends ; The Need for Change ; Recruitment and Retention Trends ; Alternative Compensation Plans ; Successful Implementation of a New Compensation System . -- Appendix, Project Work Plan and Time Line ; Glossary ;Index.
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