Editorial: Going beyond "Same Old, Same Old"
journal contributionposted on 01.05.1997, 00:00 by Gloriana St. Clair
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Writing in the July 1996 issue of JAL, Thomas W. Shaughnessy noted the emergence of a "new library organization" and the creation of "an entirely new way of operating, a new organizational culture.' The purpose of the new organization is "to reduce bureaucracy, empower staff, create a team-based culture, develop a deeper ownership of the library by staff, and become more responsive to the library's customers."