Web Management in Practice: The Web Manager's GuideHardback
List price $89.07
Unavailable - AbeBooks may have this title.
- Publisher: Chandos Publishing (Oxford) Ltd
- Format: Hardback | 200 pages
- Dimensions: 156mm x 234mm
- Publication date: 1 September 2009
- Publication City/Country: Oxford
- ISBN 10: 1843342561
- ISBN 13: 9781843342564
This book is based on a combination of the author's experience and a study of web management in world-renowned organisations. Written to be kept on the desk rather than the bookshelf, it provides comprehensive 'just-in-time' guidance for the busy practitioner. The first section serves as orientation to contemporary best practice for the experienced web manager as well as induction for those new to the post. The remaining sections catalogue models, issues and risks organised to allow the right entry to be quickly located and used.
Add item to wishlist
Other books in this category
USD$6.63 - Save $2.29 25% off - RRP $8.92
USD$15.60 - Save $3.14 16% off - RRP $18.74
USD$4.08 - Save $0.59 12% off - RRP $4.67
USD$13.92 - Save $6.38 31% off - RRP $20.30
USD$7.11 - Save $0.88 11% off - RRP $7.99
USD$6.49 - Save $1.50 18% off - RRP $7.99
Stephen Emmott is Head of Web Services at the London School of Economics & Political Science (LSE). Stephen has developed extensive experience of web management in higher education since serving as the first Editor of Web Services at King's College London (1997 to 2000). He regularly advises other UK universities and is a member of the organising committee for the annual web management conference in UK higher education. Prior to this he worked as project manager for a variety of websites including Which? Online, Lloyds and Lufthansa.
Table of contents
The web manager's role (giving the history of the role through to current expectations); The web manager in context (including reporting and governance); The value of the web manager to their organisation (explains the contribution of the web manager); Profiles of successful web managers (spotlights practitioners and their methods); Models (approaches to web management); Issues and risks (a catalogue of contemporary concerns and resolutions); Glossary; appendices (case studies, surveys, toolkits, reference organisations, etc).