Professor Judith Broady-Preston

Chair, Information Management
Institute of Management, Law and Information Science
Aberystwyth University

Fields of interest:

Value, Impact and Performance Measurement; Organisational behaviour, including strategy, knowledge, risk and change management; Open Access, leadership, culture and gender

Recent publications:

Limwichitr, S., Broady-Preston, J., Ellis, D. 2016. Developing a model for investigating academic libraries as learning organisations. In T. Jackson, C. Coombs (eds), IDIMC 2016 Exploring our digital shadow: from data to intelligence: Conference Proceedings Loughborough University, 12&13 January 2016. Loughborough University, Loughborough pp. 54-65.

Limwichitr, S., Broady-Preston, J., Ellis, D. 2015. A Discussion of Problems in Implementing Organisational Cultural Change:Developing A Learning Organisation in University Libraries. Library Review 64 (6/7) pp. 480-488. 10.1108/LR-10-2014-0116

McLeod, L., Broady-Preston, J., Atkins, R.D. 2014. Accessing humanities research in a digital environment. Procedia Social and Behavioral Sciences 147 3rd International Conference on Integrated Information, IC-ININFO, Prague, Czech Republic, 05/09/2013 – 09/09/2013. pp. 140-146. 10.1016/j.sbspro.2014.07.130

Broady-Preston, J. 2014. Measuring and assessing the impact of using volunteers in UK libraries: issues and methods. Performance Measurement and Metrics 15 (3) pp. 112-121. 10.1108/PMM-08-2014-0029

Broady-Preston, J., Swain, W. 2012. What business are we in?: Value added services, core business and national library performance.Performance Measurement and Metrics 13 (2) pp. 107-120. 10.1108/14678041211241323

Farler, L., Broady-Preston, J. 2012. Workplace stress in libraries: a case study. Aslib Proceedings 64 (3) pp. 225-240.10.1108/00012531211244509