An Information Systems Manifesto
Prentice-Hall, 1984 - Electronic data processing. - 300 pages
This Martin bestseller outlines a strategy for changing and managing the environment of information systems and data processing. A useful tool for end-users, data processing staff and senior management.
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The Crisis in Data Processing
The Automation of Automation
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