4 edition of The Strategic Stewardship of Cultural Resources found in the catalog.
September 2003 by Haworth Information Press .
Written in English
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The book explores the connections between physical security and the preservation of our cultural heritage. The Strategic Stewardship of Cultural Resources identifies the risks involved in preserving cultural resources and presents effective strategies for security.
The Library of Congress, joining with the Association of Research Libraries (ARL) and the Federal Library and Information Center Committee (FLICC), wishes to express its thanks to several organizations and individuals for their role in bringing to fruition the symposium "To Preserve and Protect: The Strategic Stewardship of Cultural Resources.".
The stewardship of cultural resources may be the epic challenge for the new millennium. We strive to have libraries, museums, and other cultural institutions that are both inviting and secure, that can foster access and use for education and research while preventing theft and malicious damage to some of the world's most valuable assets.
The Strategic Stewardship of Cultural Resources focuses on four keys that are central to safeguarding your heritage assets: physical security-protection from theft, mutilation, damage by water, fire, etc., with strategies used by the Library of Congress and other major librariesBrand: Taylor And Francis.
Download Citation | The Strategic Stewardship of Cultural Resources: To Preserve and Protect | Keep your cultural resources safe for generations to come. Culled from papers presented at a Library. To preserve and protect: the strategic stewardship of cultural resources.
Essays from the symposium held at the Library of Congress, Oct. Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN (alk. paper) 1. Library materials—Conservation and restoration—Congresses.
The strategic stewardship of cultural resources is a compilation of excellent papers dealing with issues of crucial importance to the management and staff of libraries and other ‘cultural heritage organisations’.
Reviewed by: Tanya Barben, Rare Books Li brarian, English subject librarian, Part-t ime Historical Studies subject librarian. INTRODUCTION Winston Tabb.
The Strategic Stewardship of Cultural Resource," which in turn was followed by a final bicentennial symposium devoted to the role of bibliographic control for the new millennium. however, such as the theft of a rare book from its storage location, remain undetected for a long time.
In the case of chemical and. The strategic stewardship of cultural resources: To preserve and protect, edited by Andrea T Merrill This book is a selection from papers presented at a Library of Congress symposium held in October and copublished as The journal of Library Administration, Vol Numbers.
and. Author: Jennie Underwood. The Strategic Stewardship of Cultural Resources book this book is about strategic stewardship, I think that it is fitting to discuss things from an organizational perspective and to take a broader view.
Let me say a few words about the first term, "preservation.". Strategic Stewardship, located in Woodstock, GA at S. Cherokee Lane, Suite is a financial planning company offering services and expertise in retirement planning, investing, education savings, IRA, ROTH IRA, k, and life insurance.
Stewardship is today a concept that concerns the ownership, property, control, and promotion of a broad set of material and intangible goods, which include cultural heritage resources. Mugridge, R. (), "The Strategic Stewardship of Cultural Resources: To Preserve and Protect: Papers from the Library of Congress Symposium “To Preserve and Protect: The Strategic Stewardship of Cultural Resources”", Collection Building, Vol.
24 Author: Rebecca L. Mugridge. Culled from papers presented at a Library of Congress symposium in OctoberThe Strategic Stewardship of Cultural Resources: To Preserve and Protect examines The Strategic Stewardship of Cultural Resources book challenges you face in preserving and safeguarding your library's resources.
A carefully selected list of books on topics of stewardship and personal finance. The encounter with God in the Bible is life-changing. To really get to know God through His Word, however, you have to read the Bible for yourself. This book shows you how to do this in very practical steps.
This Bible-reading plan leads you through the entire. The strategic stewardship of cultural resources: to preserve and protect.
[Andrea T Merrill;] -- Culled from papers presented at a Library of Congress symposium in Octoberthis book examines the challenges you face in preserving and safeguarding your library's resources.
i1 strategic plan national park foundation 1 Executive Summary A Commitment to Stewardship Our National Park System, managed by the National Park Service (NPS), was established for the benefit and enjoyment of all Americans. More than a century later, it secures our inheritance, and requires our constant and committed effort to protect and steward.
Our formula for stewardship is based upon two components: structure and purpose. Through the creation of a robust internal culture, a steward can ensure the organization is both structurally competent and purposefully strong. Institutional leadership is time-delineated; a successful steward can leave his or her post at any time knowing that the.
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This book may be one of the most important books ever published on the subject of tribal cultural resources management. Friends like Darby and Michael have assisted us in coming back full-circle to place (sacred sites), to our original responsibilities to take care of the land and our cultural resources.5/5(2).
The research about strategic human resource management (SHRM) has suggested that human resource professionals (HRPs) have the opportunity to play a greater role in contributing to organizational success if they are effective in developing systems and policies aligned with the organization’s values, goals, and mission.
We suggest that HRPs need to Cited by: The US Military’s Changing Role in Cultural Resource Stewardship in an Extreme-Weather Future The US Military’s Changing Role in Cultural Resource Stewardship in an Extreme-Weather Future Date: Tu esday, Ma.
Archeological Resources Protection. U.S. Forest Service personnel are trained in archeological investigation and the subsequent prosecution of the crimes. The Archaeological Resources Protection Act ofalso referred to as ARPA, is a Federal law. Monitoring and Stewardship Unit Supervisor.
@ Gina joined MSU in August as the unit supervisor. As the supervisory scientist, Gina sets strategic goals to achieve MSU’s mission of tracking and assessing the outcomes of resources-related projects using performance-based criteria.
Stewardship begins with ensuring individual well-being, transitions into a focus on team effectiveness, and ultimately leads to a need for institutional-level considerations. In an increasingly globalized world, stewardship at the institutional level involves ensuring that organizational values and missions remain appropriate.
Three themes pervade the book. A broad overarching premise that "cultural resource management is more about people than about places and artifacts" is repeated consistently throughout.
Secondly, the authors hold that there is a strong relationship among cultural resource stewardship, artifacts from the past, and cultural survival. Stewardship Videos for Millennials (God First Video Series) The State of the Storehouse. An Interview with Elder Juan Prestol. Strategic Plan Gail Dexter Lord, is Co-founder and President of Lord Cultural Resources.
With Barry Lord, she is co-editor of The Manual of Museum Planning (,), co-author of The Manual of Museum Management ( and ), and with Kate Markert the first edition of the Manual of Strategic Planning for Museums (). Gail's most recent book is Cities, Museums and Soft. While successful stewardship parishes incorporate many of the same steps into their stewardship plans, “best practices” are only effective when applied as part of a comprehensive effort that reflects the history, personality and resources of each parish.
Parishes of all sizes, and varied resources, are making the journeyFile Size: KB. NPS strategic plan cultural resource goals have been included in SES and other park managers FY, and performance appraisal plans. Prepare a remediation plan to eliminate by the audit the significant deficiencies in internal controls for supplementary stewardship information on cultural resources.
By George Barna Regal Books Ventura, California Reviewed by Thaddious Privette, Director, Allegheny East Conference Stewardship Ministries The book is based on the observation that although Americans are the most generous people in the world, they have some characteristics that contradict their generosity.
Response: Christian stewardship is a way of living in which we recognize that everything belongs to resources must be used for His glory and the common good. Solidarity is the fruit of stewardship. Discussion: Stewardship is a rather popular term used by Catholics and non-Catholics alike when religious leaders want their followers to give something.
the steward's influence God calls with a definite purpose and it is important for us to always have the attitude of being available." Although this article is entitled “The Steward’s Influence,” in reality it is all about God’s influence, which leads us to the question: “How does this influence manifest itself?”.
Responsible Stewardship. cultural, and social life of the university. This applies with equal force to IU’s staff and faculty. Scale should be used to permit the concentration of resources on strategic priorities, to create broader access to resources available across the university, and to exploit economies of scale.
Stapp and Burney's Tribal Cultural Resource Management is a must for anyone who works in historic preservation and CRM. Each year I meet hundreds of students and countless agencies, and this book is the only one that provides a comprehensive background to anthropology and CRM from a tribal by: Reviewed by Benjamin C.
Maxson, Director, General Conference Stewardship In this powerful book Calvin Miller builds upon his dynamic contribution to the world of Christian spirituality. Incorporating a very readable and interesting style, Miller speaks to the heart and mind.
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A PRACTICAL PERSPECTIVE: STEWARDSHIP FOSTERING RESPONSIBLE LONG-TERM WEALTH CREATION Introduction: Stewardship in a nutshell How can a business thrive and sustain growth while enhancing the wealth of its stakeholders and the well-being of the societies in which it operates. This, in essence, is the question stewardship aims to Size: KB.
Cross cultural ministry is like picking one's way through a mine field. With great care we probe for the mines, knowing that a situation may blow up in our face if we are careless. So we need to watch where the nationals walk, even where the pets walk, so reading cultural clues and cues. Chapter seven develops on from the cultural dimension of globalisation to consider culture, leadership and change in a strategic context.
Chapter eight again takes a departure from the mainstream of strategy, which is usually concerned with large private sector firms to consider strategy in the public sector/5(34). Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books.
My library.Product Stewardship Institute. Strategic Plan. Fiscal Year There will be substantial opportunities for product stewardship in For the remainder of the fiscal year, the Product Stewardship Institute, Inc. (PSI) will continue its role as a product stewardship leader with a strong and growing membership base.A Strategic Stewardship Plan for the State of New Jersey Page 15 Of the types of collecting institutions that were most likely to indicate environmental problems, public libraries indicated the greatest need, followed by historical sites/houses, history and science museums, and historical societies.
These figures correlate with the.