John Diebold on management

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Prentice-Hall, 1972 - Business & Economics - 282 pages
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Contents

Technology as an Entrepreneurial Opportunity
1
Change as an Active Element in Planning
15
Achieving Maximum Value from New Technologies Often Requires Rethinking
28
Functional Redesign of Products and Processes
39
Information Systems for Marketing
55
Development of a Firms InHouse Resources to Meet Future
74
Management of the Computer
91
Developing Managers
109
Examples of Five New Business and Service Opportunities Created
136
A Case of Business Definition Transportation
153
Education as a Market
169
ComputerBased Information Services as a New Business
185
New Markets in the Public Sector
205
Technology as an Agent of Social Change Creation
220
Profit from Forecasting
241
Business and Public Policy
255

Managing Creativity
123
Copyright

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