CONTENTS:-1. Recent Advances in Library Management; 2. Essential Library Budgeting; 3. Practical Selection Process; 4. Makers of Information Materials; 5. Library Management and Preservation; 6. Major Functions and Guidelines; 7. Managing Procurement; 8. Organisation of the Library; 9. Model Rules for Libraries.
Management in Yore days was overburdened with paper work. The growth in number and variety of devices for business data processing e.g., accounting machines, punched card equipment, computer etc., is a direct result of the need for systems and procedures to handle the ‘paper work explosion’. The use of computer has introduced a new approach to systems and procedures called 'total management information system'. Notably, the combination of modern communications with computer allows the integration of result, data about an organisation can easily be required, retrieved, processed and used for management control.