Information Engineering: Planning and analysis
This is the second in a three-part series that points out the management and implementation issues associated with applying information engineering within an organization. Book II presents a blueprint for implementing information engineering in a corporate or government environment.
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AND ANALYSIS Chapter 2 Information Strategy Planning Chapter 3 The Overview Model of the Enterprise Chapter 4 Analysis of Goals and Proble...
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