Information Technology and the Future Enterprise: New Models for Managers
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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