Management Information Systems: A Strategic Leadership Approach
Describing how managers in modern organizations use information systems to meet their organization's goals, this text concentrates on information systems as a means to managerial productivity. To achieve this goal, the book focuses on four central themes which stress creating strategic advantage, supporting managers, risks and obtaining a technological leadership position.
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