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About Ken HaycockKen Haycock is currently Research Professor of Management and Organization at the Marshall School of Business, University of Southern California, where he coordinates graduate programs in Library and Information Management.
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- Content in the Digital World December 10, 2013
- When libraries face budget challenges, why are branch closures off-the-table? December 3, 2013
- Move Forward or Sink? November 27, 2013
- Future of Libraries Issues November 19, 2013
- The Future of Libraries: Do We Have Five Years to Live? October 28, 2013
- Is this Racism? June 25, 2013
- How to Close Down Conversations May 8, 2013
- School Readiness – Change the Game as Well as the Name August 26, 2013
- Top 10 Elite Job Interview Questions May 13, 2013
- What is your Standard for Customer Service? July 2, 2013
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