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Assessment centers: A technique for selecting academic library administrators
Journal of Academic Librarianship (1985)
  • Nancy L. Baker, University of Iowa
  • Eloise McQuown

Proposes a solution to the dilemmas of academic library administrative personnel selection practices, which is the use of assessment centers, designed to simulate real-life situations and identify managerial skills. History of the use of assessment center techniques to identify managerial potential; Use of an assessment center as a selection tool for top level management positions in academic libraries; Discussion on the leaderless group discussion; Legal implications.

Publication Date
March, 1985
Citation Information
Nancy L. Baker and Eloise McQuown. "Assessment centers: A technique for selecting academic library administrators" Journal of Academic Librarianship Vol. 11 Iss. 1 (1985)
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