Information Technology and the Future Enterprise: New Models for Managers

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Prentice Hall, 2001 - Computers - 312 pages
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For graduate-level courses in Information Technology Management.Uniquely forward looking in approach, this collection of readings by a wide range of researchers and practitioners at the forefront of information technology management at all levels urges managers to look to emerging and prospective key IT issues and to consider what to expect and how to approach management of IT in the new millennium. The readings are innovative and contemplative--not empirical studies or summaries of the literature.

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Contents

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT
1
TECHNOLOGY MATTERS
25
EBUSINESS MODELS
49
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GARY DICKSON is a professor in the College of Management at North Carolina State University. He joined the faculty at the University of Minnesota in 1965 where he worked with two colleagues on creating the world's first academic program dealing with the organizational application of information technology. Gary has served as advisor to 24 Ph.D. graduates and has authored three books and more than 100 articles and proceedings papers. He was the Founding Senior Editor of the MIS Quarterly and served as the first general chairman of the International Conference on Information Systems. He has been very active in consulting with numerous large and small organizations, and he has served as a visiting professor at the Kenan-Flagler School of Business at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and at the University of Washington.

GERARDINE DESANCTIS is professor of management at the Fuqua School of Business, Duke University. She teaches in Duke's executive M.B.A. programs and is most active in the school's global education initiatives. Her interests are in information technology and organization design and she currently has several ongoing research projects related to the broad theme of virtual organizations. She currently is on the advisory board for Information Systems Research.

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