Information Systems Management in Practice
Barbara Canning McNurlin, Ralph H. Sprague
Prentice Hall, 2002 - Information resources management - 502 pages
This book deals with the management of information technology (IT) as it is being practiced in organizations today. It captures the material of current importance to information systems executives and organizes it around a framework that provides guidance to readers. In "Information Systems Management in Practice, 5/E," a key element continues to be examples of innovative uses of IT in companies. A four-part organization covers numerous topics under the headings of leadership issues, managing the essential technologies, managing traditional system development, systems for supporting knowledge work, and moving into the new economy. Current content includes the Internet, e-business, knowledge management, outsourcing, supporting knowledge work and a wireless Internet. For information systems professionals.
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