Information Technology and Organizational Transformation: Innovation for the 21st Century Organization
Robert D. Galliers, Walter R. J. Baets
Wiley, Feb 4, 1998 - Business & Economics - 318 pages
This book discusses a holistic approach to organizations. It explores alternative organizational forms and work practices, the use and availability of information systems, evolving skill requirements, the innovative power of information technology, the creation of knowledge, and the reshaping of industrial sectors. Presents forward-looking, exciting topics. Breaks the boundaries of functionally-based, overly deterministic information literature.
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