Computing strategies for reengineering your organization

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Prima Pub., 1994 - Business & Economics - 279 pages
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To remain competitive, today's business people need to find the right path through the confusing maze of options resulting from the corporate technology explosion. Currid & Company explains how business people can smoothly integrate today's new systems with their corporate goals. About the Author Cheryl Curridis a columnist for Windows magazine. She lives in Houston, Texas. From the Trade Paperback edition.

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Computing Strategies for Reengineering Your Organization: A Business Guide to the Changing World of Information Technology

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Reengineering, defined as the radical redesign of an entire business system to achieve dramatic improvements in performance, has been touted as the salvation of American industry. Written as the ... Read full review

Contents

The Major Trends
3
Changes in Information Technology
29
Changes in People
41
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About the Authors Cheryl C. Currid is the president of Currid & Company, a leading technology consulting firm. She lectures on technology trends, conducts seminars, and is the author of many books, on networking products from Novell. She also writes regularly for "InformationWeek" and "PlanetIT" and hosts "Cyber Bites," a weekly television news segment in Houston. Mark A. Eggleston is an analyst at Currid & Company specializing in emerging technologies.