Find Organizational Leadership Articles
Journal articles provide current information, various points of view on your topic, and information that is not covered in books. Search business databases like the ones recommended below when you need to find journal, magazine, or newspaper articles written about all areas of organizational leadership. To access recommended business databases online go to http://library.msj.edu/guides/business.
When you have found citations for articles, use the "Find It!" button within the databases to determine availability for the article. This function will tell you whether the Mount library owns the journal or will provide a link to the full-text, when available.
Find Organizational Leadership Books
When looking for books or videos/DVDs on organizational leadership try these methods:
- Use FOCUS http://focus.msj.edu, the Mount Library’s Catalog to locate books owned by the Mount Library.
- Use the OhioLINK Catalog http://olc1.ohiolink.edu/search/ to search for items owned by other Ohio college and university libraries. By following the prompts in OhioLINK's catalog, you may request items to be sent to the Mount Library. Learn more about searching OhioLINK's catalog and online borrowing at http://library.msj.edu/content.php?pid=173308&sid=1473908.
- Another option is to go directly to other OhioLINK member libraries, such as the University of Cincinnati or Xavier University, present your Mount AllCard and check out items directly from their collections. Search Local Libraries’ Catalogs at http://library.msj.edu/content.php?pid=173308&sid=1473908
- Use the catalog of the Public Library of Cincinnati & Hamilton County to locate items owned by the Public Library. Search the Public Library at http://catalog.cincinnatilibrary.org/.
- Try electronic books databases such as EBSCO EBook Collection or the Electronic Book Center (OhioLINK) at http://library.msj.edu/ebooks.
When searching library catalogs, you might begin with a subject search.
Examples of subject search terms:
Greenleaf, Robert K.
Total Quality Management
Teams in the workplace
If you are not sure of what subject to search, try using a keyword search. Keyword searching lets you to search words in the title, author, publisher, and subject headings fields. There are many ways to search library catalogs, so if you need assistance, don't hesitate to Ask a Librarian http://library.msj.edu/.
For some people, browsing the business section of the Library's book stacks can be helpful. To do this use a call number range:
Call # Range
330s, 2nd Floor
380s, 2nd Floor
Commerce, communications & transportation
650s, 2nd Floor
Management & auxiliary services
657s, 2nd Floor
658s, 2nd Floor
659s, 2nd Floor
Advertising & public relations
Find Organizational Leadership Reference
Dictionaries, encyclopedias, and handbooks provide facts, offer background information, define terminology, and can lead to other resources. The Library has both print and electronic organizational leadership reference resources which include:
Web sites: Accounting
Web sites: Annual Reports
Web sites: Business Communication
Web sites: Business Ethics
Web sites: Business News
Web sites: Company Information
Web sites: Economics
Web sites: Entrepreneurship
Web sites: Finance
Web sites: Industry Information
Web sites: Leadership
Web sites: Management
Web sites: Marketing
Web sites: Organizations
Web sites: Business Statistics
Web sites: Stock Exchanges
Web sites: U. S. Government
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Author of This Guide
Susan M. Falgner, M. L. S.,
Head of Public Services