Information Consulting presents a closer look at what makes information consultants successful and how they develop a productive relationship with their clients. While most of the books on this subject area are providing the experiences of information consulting veterans on `how do you really do it?', the aim of this book is focused on exploring the nature of information management consulting. This includes the task of the advice-and-guidance variety, such as helping clients to analyze and solve problems or to meet opportunities with the element of `What should I do?'. The authors have used their extensive international and professional networks to take the challenge of letting the clients speak about their experiences and expectations in hiring information consultants.
Publisher: Woodhead Publishing Ltd
Number of pages: 216
Weight: 400 g
Dimensions: 234 x 156 x 12 mm
The authors have extensive backgrounds in information consulting and draw upon both their knowledge and experience in this work., The Australian Library Journal I found the handbook to be a useful guide for and would recommend it to all potential information consultants., The Australian Library Journal
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