Competing in the Information Age: Align in the Sand

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Oxford University Press, Sep 4, 2003 - Business & Economics - 432 pages
Like the first edition, Competing in the Information Age: Align in the Sand, Second Edition, synthesizes for practicing managers the compelling, recent work in this area, with themes that focus on the continuous transformation in business, the adoption of information intensive management practices, the improvement of information processing, and the alignment of business strategy and information technology strategy. Information technology management is now considered a core competency among managers. Rapid advancements in technology, dynamic markets, and the changing business environment have created increased demand for professionals who can manage and deliver information systems. Information systems professionals, Chief Information Officers, Chief Knowledge Officers, as well as CFOs and CEOs, are required to lead and evolve information resources while partnering with corporate management. This book shows IT professionals how to help their organizations achieve success through alignment and deployment of business and IT strategies.
 

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Contents
Jerry Luftman
Communications
Reframing
research and initial book An international team of authoritative
Recognizing the Functionality of the Future
CompetencyValue Measurement
IT Governance
Scope and Architecture
Learning and Earning From ECommerce
Information Strategy and Attention
Dealing Effectively
The Influence of Wireless Networks on Information
Competing Through Information Privacy
Skills
Strategic Alignment as a Process

The IT Organization of the Future
Partnership

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