It’s quite likely that during one of your efforts to find information on the internet you’ve landed on the free management library. This resource is loaded with information and resources to help managers and leaders run their organizations. I’ve been using it for years now and it has proven itself useful time and again.
However as the library has grown, it became cumbersome to search and find what you are seeking. That’s why I was happy to hear that the library has just completed a major overhaul that makes finding what you need much easier.
What’s different? Visitors can quickly search the library for exactly the right materials and information for their organization, add their own content, report broken links, ask for help using the site and subscribe to email notices when changes are made. The new “breadcrumbs” feature tracks a visitor’s path, making it easier than ever to navigate the 700 topics and more than 1,600 links. They can even “diagnose” their organizations and themselves to identify topics best suited to their needs, such as: guidelines for effective boards of directors; performance management; motivational techniques; group skills; free training programs; free periodicals; indices of blogs; job banks; supersites (websites with vast free resources); and books references.
Originally published in 1995, the library expanded as users accessed the site and requested more and more information to meet their organization’s management needs. This recent renovation will surely take the library into the future. Make sure you bookmark the free management library. It’s a great resource.