Guy St. Clair (born 1940) is an American educator, author, and knowledge services specialist. He is a graduate of the University of Virginia and the University of Illinois. He founded the One-Person Librarian newsletter, coining the term "one-person librarian", now referred to as "solo librarianship." He is a past-president (1991–1992) of the Special Libraries Association (SLA). He was awarded SLA’s Professional Award in 1989 in recognition of his work in one-person librarianship. He was named to SLA's Hall of Fame in 2010 for his identification of knowledge services as "the practical side of KM." In September, 2015 he was made a Life Member of SLA.

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  • Guy St. Clair (born 1940) is an American educator, author, and knowledge services specialist. He is a graduate of the University of Virginia and the University of Illinois. He founded the One-Person Librarian newsletter, coining the term "one-person librarian", now referred to as "solo librarianship." He is a past-president (1991–1992) of the Special Libraries Association (SLA). He was awarded SLA’s Professional Award in 1989 in recognition of his work in one-person librarianship. He was named to SLA's Hall of Fame in 2010 for his identification of knowledge services as "the practical side of KM." In September, 2015 he was made a Life Member of SLA. In June 2019 Guy St. Clair was announced as the recipient of the Special Libraries Association’s 2019 John Cotton Dana Award. Named for SLA’s founder and first president, the award is granted to an information professional to recognize a lifetime of achievement as well as exceptional service to SLA, to the library and information profession, and to knowledge management and knowledge services. He is the Series Editor, Knowledge Services, the new series from Verlag Walter de Gruyter, the scholarly publishing house specializing in academic literature. At the Postbaccalaureate Studies Program at the School of Professional Studies, Columbia University in the City of New York. Guy St. Clair teaches "Managing Information and Knowledge: Applied Knowledge Services." In his book 'Knowledge Services: A Strategic Framework for the 21st Century Organization' Guy St. Clair defines knowledge services as "an approach to the management of intellectual capital that converges information management, knowledge management, and strategic learning into a single enterprise-wide discipline. Its purpose is to ensure the highest levels of knowledge sharing within the organization in which it is practiced.” In addition to his work with de Gruyter and with Columbia University, Guy St. Clair is the President and Consulting Specialist for Knowledge Services for SMR International. The company is a New York-based management consultancy practice focused on knowledge services and the contribution of knowledge strategy to organizational effectiveness. His book SLA at 100: From 'Putting Knowledge to Work' to Building the Knowledge Culture" traces the history of the Special Libraries Association. In the book's Epilogue, St. Clair defines the knowledge culture and, in describing knowledge services, offers his understanding of the role of knowledge services in organizational management, whether in for-profit, non-profit, or not-for-profit organizations. In "Knowledge Services: A Strategic Framework for the 21st Century Organization" St. Clair acknowledges the success of knowledge services as a management methodology, asserting that the practice has become a recognized framework for strategic knowledge management applicable to all businesses and organizations. Specific practical applications are detailed in The Knowledge Services Handbook: A Guide for the Knowledge Strategist, written with co-author Barrie Levy. Guy St. Clair's personal blog, published since November, 2009, is Sharing Guy's Journey: Thoughts, Comments, and Observations. (en)
  • Guy St. Clair (born 1940) is an American educator, author, and knowledge services specialist. He is a graduate of the University of Virginia and the University of Illinois. He founded the One-Person Librarian newsletter, coining the term "one-person librarian", now referred to as "solo librarianship." He is a past-president (1991–1992) of the Special Libraries Association (SLA). He was awarded SLA’s Professional Award in 1989 in recognition of his work in one-person librarianship. He was named to SLA's Hall of Fame in 2010 for his identification of knowledge services as "the practical side of KM." In September, 2015 he was made a Life Member of SLA. In June 2019 Guy St. Clair was announced as the recipient of the Special Libraries Association’s 2019 John Cotton Dana Award. Named for SLA’s founder and first president, the award is granted to an information professional to recognize a lifetime of achievement as well as exceptional service to SLA, to the library and information profession, and to knowledge management and knowledge services. He is the Series Editor for Knowledge Services, the new series from Verlag Walter de Gruyter, the scholarly publishing house specializing in academic literature. At the Postbaccalaureate Studies Program at the School of Professional Studies, Columbia University in the City of New York. Guy St. Clair teaches "Managing Information and Knowledge: Applied Knowledge Services." In his book 'Knowledge Services: A Strategic Framework for the 21st Century Organization' Guy St. Clair defines knowledge services as "an approach to the management of intellectual capital that converges information management, knowledge management, and strategic learning into a single enterprise-wide discipline. Its purpose is to ensure the highest levels of knowledge sharing within the organization in which it is practiced.” In addition to his work with de Gruyter and with Columbia University, Guy St. Clair is the President and Consulting Specialist for Knowledge Services for SMR International. The company is a New York-based management consultancy practice focused on knowledge services and the contribution of knowledge strategy to organizational effectiveness. His book SLA at 100: From 'Putting Knowledge to Work' to Building the Knowledge Culture" traces the history of the Special Libraries Association. In the book's Epilogue, St. Clair defines the knowledge culture and, in describing knowledge services, offers his understanding of the role of knowledge services in organizational management, whether in for-profit, non-profit, or not-for-profit organizations. In "Knowledge Services: A Strategic Framework for the 21st Century Organization" St. Clair acknowledges the success of knowledge services as a management methodology, asserting that the practice has become a recognized framework for strategic knowledge management applicable to all businesses and organizations. Specific practical applications are detailed in The Knowledge Services Handbook: A Guide for the Knowledge Strategist, written with co-author Barrie Levy. Guy St. Clair's personal blog, published since November, 2009, is Sharing Guy's Journey: Thoughts, Comments, and Observations. (en)
  • Guy St. Clair (born 1940) is an American educator, author, and knowledge services specialist. He is a graduate of the University of Virginia and the University of Illinois. He founded the One-Person Librarian newsletter, coining the term "one-person librarian", now referred to as "solo librarianship." He is a past-president (1991–1992) of the Special Libraries Association (SLA). He was awarded SLA’s Professional Award in 1989 in recognition of his work in one-person librarianship. He was named to SLA's Hall of Fame in 2010 for his identification of knowledge services as "the practical side of KM." In September, 2015 he was made a Life Member of SLA. In June 2019 Guy St. Clair was announced as the recipient of the Special Libraries Association’s 2019 John Cotton Dana Award. Named for SLA’s founder and first president, the award is granted to an information professional to recognize a lifetime of achievement as well as exceptional service to SLA, to the library and information profession, and to knowledge management and knowledge services. He is the Series Editor for Knowledge Services, the new series from Verlag Walter de Gruyter, the scholarly publishing house specializing in academic literature. At the Postbaccalaureate Studies Program at the School of Professional Studies, Columbia University in the City of New York, Guy St. Clair teaches "Managing Information and Knowledge: Applied Knowledge Services." In his book 'Knowledge Services: A Strategic Framework for the 21st Century Organization' Guy St. Clair defines knowledge services as "an approach to the management of intellectual capital that converges information management, knowledge management, and strategic learning into a single enterprise-wide discipline. Its purpose is to ensure the highest levels of knowledge sharing within the organization in which it is practiced.” In addition to his work with de Gruyter and with Columbia University, Guy St. Clair is the President and Consulting Specialist for Knowledge Services for SMR International. The company is a New York-based management consultancy practice focused on knowledge services and the contribution of knowledge strategy to organizational effectiveness. His book SLA at 100: From 'Putting Knowledge to Work' to Building the Knowledge Culture" traces the history of the Special Libraries Association. In the book's Epilogue, St. Clair defines the knowledge culture and, in describing knowledge services, offers his understanding of the role of knowledge services in organizational management, whether in for-profit, non-profit, or not-for-profit organizations. In "Knowledge Services: A Strategic Framework for the 21st Century Organization" St. Clair acknowledges the success of knowledge services as a management methodology, asserting that the practice has become a recognized framework for strategic knowledge management applicable to all businesses and organizations. Specific practical applications are detailed in The Knowledge Services Handbook: A Guide for the Knowledge Strategist, written with co-author Barrie Levy. Guy St. Clair's personal blog, published since November, 2009, is Sharing Guy's Journey: Thoughts, Comments, and Observations. (en)
  • Guy St. Clair (born 1940) is an American educator, author, and knowledge services specialist. He is a graduate of the University of Virginia and the University of Illinois. He founded the One-Person Librarian newsletter, coining the term "one-person librarian", now referred to as "solo librarianship." He is a past-president (1991–1992) of the Special Libraries Association (SLA). He was awarded SLA’s Professional Award in 1989 in recognition of his work in one-person librarianship. He was named to SLA's Hall of Fame in 2010 for his identification of knowledge services as "the practical side of KM." In September, 2015 he was made a Life Member of SLA. In June 2019 Guy St. Clair was announced as the recipient of the Special Libraries Association’s 2019 John Cotton Dana Award. Named for SLA’s founder and first president, the award is granted to an information professional to recognize a lifetime of achievement as well as exceptional service to SLA, to the library and information profession, and to knowledge management and knowledge services. Guy St. Clair is the Series Editor for Knowledge Services, the new series from Verlag Walter de Gruyter, the scholarly publishing house specializing in academic literature. He also teaches in the Postbaccalaureate Studies Program at the School of Professional Studies, Columbia University in the City of New York, His course is "Managing Information and Knowledge: Applied Knowledge Services," with the content for the course based on his book 'Knowledge Services: A Strategic Framework for the 21st Century Organization' and on his book written with Barrie Levy, 'The Knowledge Services Handbook: A Guide for the Knowledge Strategist.' Knowledge services is defined in both books as "an approach to the management of intellectual capital that converges information management, knowledge management, and strategic learning into a single enterprise-wide discipline. Its purpose is to ensure the highest levels of knowledge sharing within the organization in which it is practiced.” In addition to his work with de Gruyter and with Columbia University, Guy St. Clair is the President and Consulting Specialist for Knowledge Services for SMR International. The company is a New York-based management consulting practice focused on knowledge services and the contribution of knowledge strategy to organizational effectiveness. His book SLA at 100: From 'Putting Knowledge to Work' to Building the Knowledge Culture" traces the history of the Special Libraries Association. In the book's Epilogue, St. Clair defines the knowledge culture and, in describing knowledge services, offers his understanding of the role of knowledge services in organizational management, whether in for-profit, non-profit, or not-for-profit organizations. In "Knowledge Services: A Strategic Framework for the 21st Century Organization" St. Clair acknowledges the success of knowledge services as a management methodology, asserting that the practice has become a recognized framework for strategic knowledge management applicable to all businesses and organizations. Specific practical applications are detailed in The Knowledge Services Handbook: A Guide for the Knowledge Strategist, written with co-author Barrie Levy. Guy St. Clair's personal blog, published since November, 2009, is Sharing Guy's Journey: Thoughts, Comments, and Observations. (en)
  • Guy St. Clair (born 1940) is an American educator, author, and knowledge services specialist. He is a graduate of the University of Virginia and the University of Illinois. He founded the One-Person Librarian newsletter, coining the term "one-person librarian", now referred to as "solo librarianship." He is a past-president (1991–1992) of the Special Libraries Association (SLA). He was awarded SLA’s Professional Award in 1989 in recognition of his work in one-person librarianship. He was named to SLA's Hall of Fame in 2010 for his identification of knowledge services as "the practical side of KM." In September, 2015 he was made a Life Member of SLA. In June 2019 Guy St. Clair was announced as the recipient of the Special Libraries Association’s 2019 John Cotton Dana Award. Named for SLA’s founder and first president, the award is granted to an information professional to recognize a lifetime of achievement as well as exceptional service to SLA, to the library and information profession, and to knowledge management and knowledge services. Guy St. Clair is the Series Editor for Knowledge Services, the new series from Verlag Walter de Gruyter, the scholarly publishing house specializing in academic literature. He also teaches in the Postbaccalaureate Studies Program at the School of Professional Studies, Columbia University in the City of New York. His course is "Managing Information and Knowledge: Applied Knowledge Services," with the content for the course based on his book 'Knowledge Services: A Strategic Framework for the 21st Century Organization' and on his book written with Barrie Levy, 'The Knowledge Services Handbook: A Guide for the Knowledge Strategist.' Knowledge services is defined in both books as "an approach to the management of intellectual capital that converges information management, knowledge management, and strategic learning into a single enterprise-wide discipline. Its purpose is to ensure the highest levels of knowledge sharing within the organization in which it is practiced.” In addition to his work with de Gruyter and with Columbia University, Guy St. Clair is the President and Consulting Specialist for Knowledge Services for SMR International. The company is a New York-based management consulting practice focused on knowledge services and the contribution of knowledge strategy to organizational effectiveness. His book SLA at 100: From 'Putting Knowledge to Work' to Building the Knowledge Culture" traces the history of the Special Libraries Association. In the book's Epilogue, St. Clair defines the knowledge culture and, in describing knowledge services, offers his understanding of the role of knowledge services in organizational management, whether in for-profit, non-profit, or not-for-profit organizations. In "Knowledge Services: A Strategic Framework for the 21st Century Organization" St. Clair acknowledges the success of knowledge services as a management methodology, asserting that the practice has become a recognized framework for strategic knowledge management applicable to all businesses and organizations. Specific practical applications are detailed in The Knowledge Services Handbook: A Guide for the Knowledge Strategist, written with co-author Barrie Levy. Guy St. Clair's personal blog, published since November, 2009, is Sharing Guy's Journey: Thoughts, Comments, and Observations. (en)
  • Guy St. Clair (born 1940) is an American educator, author, and knowledge services specialist. He is a graduate of the University of Virginia and the University of Illinois. He founded the One-Person Librarian newsletter, coining the term "one-person librarian", now referred to as "solo librarianship." He is a past-president (1991–1992) of the Special Libraries Association (SLA). He was awarded SLA’s Professional Award in 1989 in recognition of his work in one-person librarianship. He was named to SLA's Hall of Fame in 2010 for his identification of knowledge services as "the practical side of KM." In September, 2015 he was made a Life Member of SLA. In June 2019 Guy St. Clair was announced as the recipient of the Special Libraries Association’s 2019 John Cotton Dana Award. Named for SLA’s founder and first president, the award is granted to an information professional to recognize a lifetime of achievement as well as exceptional service to SLA, to the library and information profession, and to knowledge management and knowledge services. Guy St. Clair is the Series Editor for Knowledge Services, the new series from Verlag Walter de Gruyter, the scholarly publishing house specializing in academic literature. He also teaches in the Postbaccalaureate Studies Program at the School of Professional Studies, Columbia University in the City of New York. His course is "Managing Information and Knowledge: Applied Knowledge Services," with the content for the course based on his 2016 book 'Knowledge Services: A Strategic Framework for the 21st Century Organization' and on his 2020 book written with Barrie Levy, 'The Knowledge Services Handbook: A Guide for the Knowledge Strategist.' Knowledge services is defined in both books as "an approach to the management of intellectual capital that converges information management, knowledge management, and strategic learning into a single enterprise-wide discipline. Its purpose is to ensure the highest levels of knowledge sharing within the organization in which it is practiced.” In addition to his work with de Gruyter and with Columbia University, Guy St. Clair is the President and Consulting Specialist for Knowledge Services for SMR International. The company is a New York-based management consulting practice focused on knowledge services and the contribution of knowledge strategy to organizational effectiveness. His book SLA at 100: From 'Putting Knowledge to Work' to Building the Knowledge Culture" traces the history of the Special Libraries Association. In the book's Epilogue, St. Clair defines the knowledge culture and, in describing knowledge services, offers his understanding of the role of knowledge services in organizational management, whether in for-profit, non-profit, or not-for-profit organizations. In "Knowledge Services: A Strategic Framework for the 21st Century Organization" St. Clair acknowledges the success of knowledge services as a management methodology, asserting that the practice has become a recognized framework for strategic knowledge management applicable to all businesses and organizations. Specific practical applications are detailed in The Knowledge Services Handbook: A Guide for the Knowledge Strategist, written with co-author Barrie Levy. Guy St. Clair's personal blog, published since November, 2009, is Sharing Guy's Journey: Thoughts, Comments, and Observations. (en)
  • Guy St. Clair (born 1940) is an American educator, author, and knowledge services specialist. He is a graduate of the University of Virginia and the University of Illinois. He founded the One-Person Librarian newsletter, coining the term "one-person librarian", now referred to as "solo librarianship." He is a past-president (1991–1992) of the Special Libraries Association (SLA). He was awarded SLA’s Professional Award in 1989 in recognition of his work in one-person librarianship. He was named to SLA's Hall of Fame in 2010 for his identification of knowledge services as "the practical side of KM." In September, 2015 he was made a Life Member of SLA. In June 2019 Guy St. Clair was announced as the recipient of the Special Libraries Association’s 2019 John Cotton Dana Award. Named for SLA’s founder and first president, the award is granted to an information professional to recognize a lifetime of achievement as well as exceptional service to SLA, to the library and information profession, and to knowledge management and knowledge services. Guy St. Clair is the Series Editor for Knowledge Services, the new series from Verlag Walter de Gruyter, the scholarly publishing house specializing in academic literature. He also teaches in the Postbaccalaureate Studies Program at the School of Professional Studies, Columbia University in the City of New York. His course is "Managing Information and Knowledge: Applied Knowledge Services," with the content for the course based on his 2016 book 'Knowledge Services: A Strategic Framework for the 21st Century Organization' and on his 2020 book written with Barrie Levy, 'The Knowledge Services Handbook: A Guide for the Knowledge Strategist.' In these books and other work, knowledge services is defined as "an approach to the management of intellectual capital that converges information management, knowledge management, and strategic learning into a single enterprise-wide discipline. Its purpose is to ensure the highest levels of knowledge sharing within the organization in which it is practiced.” In addition to his work with de Gruyter and with Columbia University, Guy St. Clair is the President and Consulting Specialist for Knowledge Services for SMR International. The company is a New York-based management consulting practice focused on knowledge services and the contribution of knowledge strategy to organizational effectiveness. His book SLA at 100: From 'Putting Knowledge to Work' to Building the Knowledge Culture" traces the history of the Special Libraries Association. In the book's Epilogue, St. Clair defines the knowledge culture and, in describing knowledge services, offers his understanding of the role of knowledge services in organizational management, whether in for-profit, non-profit, or not-for-profit organizations. In "Knowledge Services: A Strategic Framework for the 21st Century Organization" St. Clair acknowledges the success of knowledge services as a management methodology, asserting that the practice has become a recognized framework for strategic knowledge management applicable to all businesses and organizations. Specific practical applications are detailed in The Knowledge Services Handbook: A Guide for the Knowledge Strategist, written with co-author Barrie Levy. Guy St. Clair's personal blog, published since November, 2009, is Sharing Guy's Journey: Thoughts, Comments, and Observations. (en)
  • Guy St. Clair (born 1940) is an American educator, author, and knowledge services specialist. He is a graduate of the University of Virginia and the University of Illinois. He founded the One-Person Librarian newsletter, coining the term "one-person librarian", now referred to as "solo librarianship." He is a past-president (1991–1992) of the Special Libraries Association (SLA). He was awarded SLA’s Professional Award in 1989 in recognition of his work in one-person librarianship. He was named to SLA's Hall of Fame in 2010 for his identification of knowledge services as "the practical side of KM." In September, 2015 he was made a Life Member of SLA. In June 2019 Guy St. Clair was announced as the recipient of the Special Libraries Association’s 2019 John Cotton Dana Award. Named for SLA’s founder and first president, the award is granted to an information professional to recognize a lifetime of achievement as well as exceptional service to SLA, to the library and information profession, and to knowledge management and knowledge services. Guy St. Clair is the Series Editor for Knowledge Services, the new series from Verlag Walter de Gruyter, the scholarly publishing house specializing in academic literature. He also teaches in the Postbaccalaureate Studies Program at the School of Professional Studies, Columbia University in the City of New York. His course is "Managing Information and Knowledge: Applied Knowledge Services," with the content for the course based on his 2016 book Knowledge Services: A Strategic Framework for the 21st Century Organization and on his 2020 book written with Barrie Levy, The Knowledge Services Handbook: A Guide for the Knowledge Strategist. In these books and other work, knowledge services is defined as "an approach to the management of intellectual capital that converges information management, knowledge management, and strategic learning into a single enterprise-wide discipline. Its purpose is to ensure the highest levels of knowledge sharing within the organization in which it is practiced.” In addition to his work with de Gruyter and with Columbia University, Guy St. Clair is the President and Consulting Specialist for Knowledge Services for SMR International. The company is a New York-based management consulting practice focused on knowledge services and the contribution of knowledge strategy to organizational effectiveness. His book SLA at 100: From 'Putting Knowledge to Work' to Building the Knowledge Culture" traces the history of the Special Libraries Association. In the book's Epilogue, St. Clair defines the knowledge culture and, in describing knowledge services, offers his understanding of the role of knowledge services in organizational management, whether in for-profit, non-profit, or not-for-profit organizations. In Knowledge Services: A Strategic Framework for the 21st Century Organization St. Clair acknowledges the success of knowledge services as a management methodology, asserting that the practice has become a recognized framework for strategic knowledge management applicable to all businesses and organizations. Specific practical applications are detailed in The Knowledge Services Handbook: A Guide for the Knowledge Strategist, written with co-author Barrie Levy. Guy St. Clair's personal blog, published since November, 2009, is Sharing Guy's Journey: Thoughts, Comments, and Observations. (en)
  • Guy St. Clair (born 1940) is an American educator, author, and knowledge services specialist. He is a graduate of the University of Virginia and the University of Illinois. He founded the One-Person Librarian newsletter, coining the term "one-person librarian", now referred to as "solo librarianship." He is a past-president (1991–1992) of the Special Libraries Association (SLA). He was awarded SLA’s Professional Award in 1989 in recognition of his work in one-person librarianship. He was named to SLA's Hall of Fame in 2010 for his identification of knowledge services as "the practical side of KM." In September, 2015 he was made a Life Member of SLA. In June 2019 Guy St. Clair was announced as the recipient of the Special Libraries Association’s 2019 John Cotton Dana Award. Named for SLA’s founder and first president, the award is granted to an information professional to recognize a lifetime of achievement as well as exceptional service to SLA, to the library and information profession, and to knowledge management and knowledge services. Guy St. Clair is the Series Editor for Knowledge Services, the new series from Verlag Walter de Gruyter, the scholarly publishing house specializing in academic literature. He also teaches in the Postbaccalaureate Studies Program at the School of Professional Studies, Columbia University in the City of New York. His course is "Managing Information and Knowledge: Applied Knowledge Services," with the content for the course based on content found in his 2016 book Knowledge Services: A Strategic Framework for the 21st Century Organization and in his 2020 book written with Barrie Levy, The Knowledge Services Handbook: A Guide for the Knowledge Strategist. In these books and other works, knowledge services is defined as "an approach to the management of intellectual capital that converges information management, knowledge management, and strategic learning into a single enterprise-wide discipline. Its purpose is to ensure the highest levels of knowledge sharing within the organization in which it is practiced.” In addition to his work with de Gruyter and with Columbia University, Guy St. Clair is the President and Consulting Specialist for Knowledge Services for SMR International. The company is a New York-based management consulting practice focused on knowledge services and the contribution of knowledge strategy to organizational effectiveness. His book SLA at 100: From 'Putting Knowledge to Work' to Building the Knowledge Culture" traces the history of the Special Libraries Association. In the book's Epilogue, St. Clair defines the knowledge culture and, in describing knowledge services, offers his understanding of the role of knowledge services in organizational management, whether in for-profit, non-profit, or not-for-profit organizations. In Knowledge Services: A Strategic Framework for the 21st Century Organization St. Clair acknowledges the success of knowledge services as a management methodology, asserting that the practice has become a recognized framework for strategic knowledge management applicable to all businesses and organizations. Specific practical applications are detailed in The Knowledge Services Handbook: A Guide for the Knowledge Strategist, written with co-author Barrie Levy. Guy St. Clair's personal blog, published since November, 2009, is Sharing Guy's Journey: Thoughts, Comments, and Observations. (en)
  • Guy St. Clair (born 1940) is an American educator, author, and knowledge services specialist. He is a graduate of the University of Virginia and the University of Illinois. He founded the One-Person Librarian newsletter, coining the term "one-person librarian", now referred to as "solo librarianship." He is a past-president (1991–1992) of the Special Libraries Association (SLA). He was awarded SLA’s Professional Award in 1989 in recognition of his work in one-person librarianship. He was named to SLA's Hall of Fame in 2010 for his identification of knowledge services as "the practical side of KM." In September, 2015 he was made a Life Member of SLA. In June 2019 Guy St. Clair was announced as the recipient of the Special Libraries Association’s 2019 John Cotton Dana Award. Named for SLA’s founder and first president, the award is granted to an information professional to recognize a lifetime of achievement as well as exceptional service to SLA, to the library and information profession, and to knowledge management and knowledge services. Guy St. Clair is the Series Editor for Knowledge Services, the new series from Verlag Walter de Gruyter, the scholarly publishing house specializing in academic literature. He also teaches in the Postbaccalaureate Studies Program at the School of Professional Studies, Columbia University in the City of New York. His course is "Managing Information and Knowledge: Applied Knowledge Services," with the content for the course based on content found in his 2016 book Knowledge Services: A Strategic Framework for the 21st Century Organization and in his 2020 book written with Barrie Levy, The Knowledge Services Handbook: A Guide for the Knowledge Strategist. In these books and other works, knowledge services is defined as "an approach to the management of intellectual capital that converges information management, knowledge management, and strategic learning into a single enterprise-wide discipline. Its purpose is to ensure the highest levels of knowledge sharing within the organization in which it is practiced.” In addition to his work with de Gruyter and with Columbia University, Guy St. Clair is the President and Consulting Specialist for Knowledge Services for SMR International. The company is a New York-based management consulting practice focused on knowledge services and the contribution of knowledge strategy to organizational effectiveness. His book SLA at 100: From 'Putting Knowledge to Work' to Building the Knowledge Culture" traces the history of the Special Libraries Association. In the book's Epilogue, St. Clair defines the knowledge culture and, in describing knowledge services, offers his understanding of the role of knowledge services in organizational management, whether in for-profit, non-profit, or not-for-profit organizations. In the book, St. Clair acknowledges the success of knowledge services as a management methodology, asserting that the practice has become a recognized framework for strategic knowledge management applicable to all businesses and organizations. Guy St. Clair's personal blog, published since November, 2009, is Sharing Guy's Journey: Thoughts, Comments, and Observations. (en)
  • Guy St. Clair (born 1940) is an American educator, author, and knowledge services specialist. He is a graduate of the University of Virginia and the University of Illinois. He founded the One-Person Librarian newsletter, coining the term "one-person librarian", now referred to as "solo librarianship." He is a past-president (1991–1992) of the Special Libraries Association (SLA). He was awarded SLA’s Professional Award in 1989 in recognition of his work in one-person librarianship. He was named to SLA's Hall of Fame in 2010 for his identification of knowledge services as "the practical side of KM." In September, 2015 he was made a Life Member of SLA. In June 2019 Guy St. Clair was announced as the recipient of the Special Libraries Association’s 2019 John Cotton Dana Award. Named for SLA’s founder and first president, the award is granted to an information professional to recognize a lifetime of achievement as well as exceptional service to SLA, to the library and information profession, and to knowledge management and knowledge services. Guy St. Clair is the Series Editor for Knowledge Services, the new series from Verlag Walter de Gruyter, the scholarly publishing house specializing in academic literature. He also teaches in the Postbaccalaureate Studies Program at the School of Professional Studies, Columbia University in the City of New York. His course is "Managing Information and Knowledge: Applied Knowledge Services," with the content for the course based on content found in his 2016 book Knowledge Services: A Strategic Framework for the 21st Century Organization and in his 2020 book written with Barrie Levy, The Knowledge Services Handbook: A Guide for the Knowledge Strategist. In these books and other works, knowledge services is defined as "an approach to the management of intellectual capital that converges information management, knowledge management, and strategic learning into a single enterprise-wide discipline. Its purpose is to ensure the highest levels of knowledge sharing within the organization in which it is practiced.” In addition to his work with de Gruyter and with Columbia University, Guy St. Clair is the President and Consulting Specialist for Knowledge Services for SMR International. The company is a New York-based management consulting practice focused on knowledge services and the contribution of knowledge strategy to organizational effectiveness. His book SLA at 100: From 'Putting Knowledge to Work' to Building the Knowledge Culture" traces the history of the Special Libraries Association. In the book's Epilogue, St. Clair defines the knowledge culture and, in describing knowledge services, offers his understanding of the role of knowledge services in organizational management, whether in for-profit, non-profit, or not-for-profit organizations. In the book, St. Clair acknowledges the success of knowledge services as a management methodology, asserting that the practice has become a recognized framework for the management of all intellectual capital, applicable in all businesses and organizations. Guy St. Clair's personal blog, published since November, 2009, is Sharing Guy's Journey: Thoughts, Comments, and Observations. (en)
  • Guy St. Clair (born 1940) is an American educator, author, and knowledge services specialist. He is a graduate of the University of Virginia and the University of Illinois. He founded the One-Person Librarian newsletter, coining the term "one-person librarian", now referred to as "solo librarianship." He is a past-president (1991–1992) of the Special Libraries Association (SLA). He was awarded SLA’s Professional Award in 1989 in recognition of his work in one-person librarianship. He was named to SLA's Hall of Fame in 2010 for his identification of knowledge services as "the practical side of KM." In September, 2015 he was made a Life Member of SLA. In June 2019 Guy St. Clair was announced as the recipient of the Special Libraries Association’s 2019 John Cotton Dana Award. Named for SLA’s founder and first president, the award is granted to an information professional to recognize a lifetime of achievement as well as exceptional service to SLA, to the library and information profession, and to knowledge management and knowledge services. Guy St. Clair is the Series Editor for Knowledge Services, the new series from Verlag Walter de Gruyter, the scholarly publishing house specializing in academic literature. He also teaches in the Postbaccalaureate Studies Program at the School of Professional Studies, Columbia University in the City of New York. His course is "Managing Information and Knowledge: Applied Knowledge Services," with the content for the course based on content found in his 2016 book Knowledge Services: A Strategic Framework for the 21st Century Organization and in his 2020 book written with Barrie Levy, The Knowledge Services Handbook: A Guide for the Knowledge Strategist. In these books and other works, knowledge services is defined as "an approach to the management of intellectual capital that converges information management, knowledge management, and strategic learning into a single enterprise-wide discipline. Its purpose is to ensure the highest levels of knowledge sharing within the organization in which it is practiced.” In addition to his work with de Gruyter and with Columbia University, Guy St. Clair is the President and Consulting Specialist for Knowledge Services for SMR International. The company is a New York-based management consulting practice focused on knowledge services and the contribution of knowledge strategy to organizational effectiveness. His book SLA at 100: From 'Putting Knowledge to Work' to Building the Knowledge Culture" traces the history of the Special Libraries Association. In the book's Epilogue, St. Clair defines the knowledge culture and, in describing knowledge services, offers his understanding of the role of knowledge services in organizational management, whether in for-profit, non-profit, or not-for-profit organizations. Guy St. Clair's personal blog, published since November, 2009, is Sharing Guy's Journey: Thoughts, Comments, and Observations. (en)
  • Guy St. Clair (born 1940) is an American educator, author, and knowledge services specialist. He is a graduate of the University of Virginia and the University of Illinois. He founded the One-Person Librarian newsletter, coining the term "one-person librarian", now referred to as "solo librarianship." He is a past-president (1991–1992) of the Special Libraries Association (SLA). He was awarded SLA’s Professional Award in 1989 in recognition of his work in one-person librarianship. He was named to SLA's Hall of Fame in 2010 for his identification of knowledge services as "the practical side of KM." In September, 2015 he was made a Life Member of SLA. In June 2019 Guy St. Clair was announced as the recipient of the Special Libraries Association’s 2019 John Cotton Dana Award. Named for SLA’s founder and first president, the award is granted to an information professional to recognize a lifetime of achievement as well as exceptional service to SLA, to the library and information profession, and to knowledge management and knowledge services. Guy St. Clair is the Series Editor for Knowledge Services, the new series from Verlag Walter de Gruyter, the scholarly publishing house specializing in academic literature. He also teaches in the Postbaccalaureate Studies Program at the School of Professional Studies, Columbia University in the City of New York. His course is "Managing Information and Knowledge: Applied Knowledge Services." The course is based on content found in his 2016 book Knowledge Services: A Strategic Framework for the 21st Century Organization and in his 2020 book written with Barrie Levy, The Knowledge Services Handbook: A Guide for the Knowledge Strategist. In these books and other works, knowledge services is defined as "an approach to the management of intellectual capital that converges information management, knowledge management, and strategic learning into a single enterprise-wide discipline. Its purpose is to ensure the highest levels of knowledge sharing within the organization in which it is practiced.” In addition to his work with de Gruyter and with Columbia University, Guy St. Clair is the President and Consulting Specialist for Knowledge Services for SMR International. The company is a New York-based management consulting practice focused on knowledge services and the contribution of knowledge strategy to organizational effectiveness. His book SLA at 100: From 'Putting Knowledge to Work' to Building the Knowledge Culture" traces the history of the Special Libraries Association. In the book's Epilogue, St. Clair defines the knowledge culture and, in describing knowledge services, offers his understanding of the role of knowledge services in organizational management, whether in for-profit, non-profit, or not-for-profit organizations. Guy St. Clair's personal blog, published since November, 2009, is Sharing Guy's Journey: Thoughts, Comments, and Observations. (en)
  • Guy St. Clair (born 1940) is an American educator, author, and knowledge services specialist. He is a graduate of the University of Virginia and the University of Illinois. He founded the One-Person Librarian newsletter, coining the term "one-person librarian", now referred to as "solo librarianship." He is a past-president (1991–1992) of the Special Libraries Association (SLA). He was awarded SLA’s Professional Award in 1989 in recognition of his work in one-person librarianship. He was named to SLA's Hall of Fame in 2010 for his identification of knowledge services as "the practical side of KM." In September, 2015 he was made a Life Member of SLA. In June 2019 Guy St. Clair was announced as the recipient of the Special Libraries Association’s 2019 John Cotton Dana Award. Named for SLA’s founder and first president, the award is granted to an information professional to recognize a lifetime of achievement as well as exceptional service to SLA, to the library and information profession, and to knowledge management and knowledge services. Guy St. Clair is the Series Editor for Knowledge Services, the new series from Verlag Walter de Gruyter, the scholarly publishing house specializing in academic literature. He also teaches in the Postbaccalaureate Studies Program at the School of Professional Studies, Columbia University in the City of New York. His course is "Managing Information and Knowledge: Applied Knowledge Services." The course is based on content found in his 2016 book Knowledge Services: A Strategic Framework for the 21st Century Organization and in his 2020 book written with Barrie Levy, The Knowledge Services Handbook: A Guide for the Knowledge Strategist. In these books and other works, knowledge services is defined as "an approach to the management of intellectual capital that converges information management, knowledge management, and strategic learning into a single enterprise-wide discipline. Its purpose is to ensure the highest levels of knowledge sharing within the organization in which it is practiced.” In addition to his work with de Gruyter and with Columbia University, Guy St. Clair is the President and Consulting Specialist for Knowledge Services for SMR International, where he writes SMR's Knowledge Services Blog . The company is a New York-based management consulting practice focused on knowledge services and the contribution of knowledge strategy to organizational effectiveness. His book SLA at 100: From 'Putting Knowledge to Work' to Building the Knowledge Culture" traces the history of the Special Libraries Association. In the book's Epilogue, St. Clair defines the knowledge culture and, in describing knowledge services, offers his understanding of the role of knowledge services in organizational management, whether in for-profit, non-profit, or not-for-profit organizations. Guy St. Clair's personal blog, published since November, 2009, is Sharing Guy's Journey: Thoughts, Comments, and Observations. (en)
  • Guy St. Clair (born 1940) is an American educator, author, and knowledge services specialist. He is a graduate of the University of Virginia and the University of Illinois. He founded the One-Person Librarian newsletter, coining the term "one-person librarian", now referred to as "solo librarianship." He is a past-president (1991–1992) of the Special Libraries Association (SLA). He was awarded SLA’s Professional Award in 1989 in recognition of his work in one-person librarianship. He was named to SLA's Hall of Fame in 2010 for his identification of knowledge services as "the practical side of KM." In September, 2015 he was made a Life Member of SLA. In June 2019 Guy St. Clair was announced as the recipient of the Special Libraries Association’s 2019 John Cotton Dana Award. Named for SLA’s founder and first president, the award is granted to an information professional to recognize a lifetime of achievement as well as exceptional service to SLA, to the library and information profession, and to knowledge management and knowledge services. Guy St. Clair is the Series Editor for Knowledge Services, the new series from Verlag Walter de Gruyter, the scholarly publishing house specializing in academic literature. He also teaches in the Postbaccalaureate Studies Program at the School of Professional Studies, Columbia University in the City of New York. His course is "Managing Information and Knowledge: Applied Knowledge Services." The course is based on content found in his 2016 book Knowledge Services: A Strategic Framework for the 21st Century Organization and in his 2020 book written with Barrie Levy, The Knowledge Services Handbook: A Guide for the Knowledge Strategist. In these books and other works, knowledge services is defined as "an approach to the management of intellectual capital that converges information management, knowledge management, and strategic learning into a single enterprise-wide discipline. Its purpose is to ensure the highest levels of knowledge sharing within the organization in which it is practiced.” In addition to his work with de Gruyter and with Columbia University, Guy St. Clair is the President and Consulting Specialist for Knowledge Services for SMR International, where he writes . The company is a New York-based management consulting practice focused on knowledge services and the contribution of knowledge strategy to organizational effectiveness. His book SLA at 100: From 'Putting Knowledge to Work' to Building the Knowledge Culture" traces the history of the Special Libraries Association. In the book's Epilogue, St. Clair defines the knowledge culture and, in describing knowledge services, offers his understanding of the role of knowledge services in organizational management, whether in for-profit, non-profit, or not-for-profit organizations. Guy St. Clair's personal blog, published since November, 2009, is Sharing Guy's Journey: Thoughts, Comments, and Observations. (en)
  • Guy St. Clair (born 1940) is an American educator, author, and knowledge services specialist. He is a graduate of the University of Virginia and the University of Illinois. He founded the One-Person Librarian newsletter, coining the term "one-person librarian", now referred to as "solo librarianship." He is a past-president (1991–1992) of the Special Libraries Association (SLA). He was awarded SLA’s Professional Award in 1989 in recognition of his work in one-person librarianship. He was named to SLA's Hall of Fame in 2010 for his identification of knowledge services as "the practical side of KM." In September, 2015 he was made a Life Member of SLA. In June 2019 Guy St. Clair was announced as the recipient of the Special Libraries Association’s 2019 John Cotton Dana Award. Named for SLA’s founder and first president, the award is granted to an information professional to recognize a lifetime of achievement as well as exceptional service to SLA, to the library and information profession, and to knowledge management and knowledge services. Guy St. Clair is the Series Editor for Knowledge Services, the new series from Verlag Walter de Gruyter, the scholarly publishing house specializing in academic literature. He also teaches in the Postbaccalaureate Studies Program at the School of Professional Studies, Columbia University in the City of New York. His book SLA at 100: From 'Putting Knowledge to Work' to Building the Knowledge Culture" traces the history of the Special Libraries Association. In the book's Epilogue, St. Clair defines the knowledge culture and, in describing knowledge services, offers his understanding of the role of knowledge services in organizational management, whether in for-profit, non-profit, or not-for-profit organizations. Guy St. Clair has published a personal blog since November, 2009 (en)
  • Guy St. Clair (born 1940) is an American educator, author, and knowledge services specialist. He is a graduate of the University of Virginia and the University of Illinois. He founded the One-Person Librarian newsletter, coining the term "one-person librarian", now referred to as "solo librarianship." He is a past-president (1991–1992) of the Special Libraries Association (SLA). He was awarded SLA’s Professional Award in 1989 in recognition of his work in one-person librarianship. He was named to SLA's Hall of Fame in 2010 for his identification of knowledge services as "the practical side of KM." In September, 2015 he was made a Life Member of SLA. In June 2019 Guy St. Clair was announced as the recipient of the Special Libraries Association’s 2019 John Cotton Dana Award. Named for SLA’s founder and first president, the award is granted to an information professional to recognize a lifetime of achievement as well as exceptional service to SLA, to the library and information profession, and to knowledge management and knowledge services. Guy St. Clair is the Series Editor for Knowledge Services, the new series from Verlag Walter de Gruyter, the scholarly publishing house specializing in academic literature. He also teaches in the Postbaccalaureate Studies Program at the School of Professional Studies, Columbia University] in the City of New York. His book SLA at 100: From 'Putting Knowledge to Work' to Building the Knowledge Culture" traces the history of the Special Libraries Association. In the book's Epilogue, St. Clair defines the knowledge culture and, in describing knowledge services, offers his understanding of the role of knowledge services in organizational management, whether in for-profit, non-profit, or not-for-profit organizations. Guy St. Clair has published a personal blog since November, 2009 (en)
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