Change is a must for organizations today. And all change requires adjustment—not just from the organization in terms of money or time, but from the employees who must adapt to the changing workplace. They must tap into their personal resource reservoirs and invest cognitive or physical energy to learn new information and change their behaviors. …

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Reference management software supports writers, editors, and researchers in their responsibility to provide accurate citations. These platforms support researchers and writers in performing three basic research steps: searching, storing, and writing. A robust reference manager helps researchers find relevant literature, add chosen citations to a reference library, store papers and their bibliographic metadata in a…

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As library managers face dwindling budgets, they are likely to face questions about how users should access digital journal articles in the most cost-efficient manner. The various models available include individual subscriptions, site-wide licenses, pay-per-view tokens, and document delivery. Some libraries implement a mixed model approach, and most will re-evaluate their offerings every couple of…

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As remote work has become the norm over the past year, the need for virtual collaboration among employees is critical.  To learn more about how teams work together from home, frequent blogger Jill Shuman reached out to several different folks in multiple industries to learn more about popular collaboration tools. Project Management:  It can be…

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Work’flow: ‘A collection of fixed tasks or sequences performed to accomplish a business process according to a set of predefined rules.’  Workflows are an essential element in any organization, allowing work teams to complete tasks with less manual input systematically. Ideally, this should free up team members to work on tasks that require more individual attention.…

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The Business Dictionary defines the ‘silo mentality’ as a mindset present when certain departments or sectors are reluctant to share information with colleagues in different departments of a company.  This mentality reduces operational efficiencies, reduces morale, and negatively affects company culture.  Organizational silos also stand in the way of innovation and growth, by preventing colleagues…

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In the ‘olden days,’ corporations purchased print subscriptions to journals of interest for their on-site libraries, and employees came to the library and read at their leisure, instead of using a centralized content management system.  Or perhaps they made a copyright-compliant photocopy of the article and took it back to their desks, always leaving the…

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Accelerating COVID research blog feature

In March 2020, ReadCube launched a new initiative to facilitate access to literature relevant to COVID-19 research.  The COVID-19 Research Pass (CRP) program aims to provide direct access to over 26 million articles and is available to anyone studying or writing about COVID-19. Initial participating publishers include the JAMA, Springer Nature, and Wiley. The CRP…

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We are excited to announce two new additions to the ReadCube family. We’d like to welcome Ryan Clark, joining us as VP of Enterprise Sales, and Darren Medeiros, as Sr. Director of Enterprise Sales. Together, Ryan and Darren bring over two decades of experience with a proven track record driving sales and building strong client…

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Miles McNamee Blog Post

ReadCube is very pleased to announce that STM sales veteran, Miles McNamee joins as ReadCube’s Senior Vice President of Enterprise Sales. Miles brings more than 20 years of leadership experience in building high-performing sales teams, strategic planning, and driving revenue growth at companies such as Highwire, Copyright Clearance Center, and Liberty Media.  “ReadCube is known…

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