Managing Information Resources in the 1990s: Proceedings of 1990 Information Resources Management Association International Conference

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Idea Group Inc (IGI), Jan 1, 1990 - Business & Economics - 148 pages
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This collection highlights why IRM is an approach to the overall utilization and management of information resources as a mainstream organizational re-source. This book helps you stay up-to-date on the changes within information technology management. Practitioners and academicians at the forefront of this fast-paced field address timely and important issues in information resources technology management. The authors focus on the increasingly important role of IT in providing a competitive advantage in today's changing environment.
 

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Contents

Steps Toward Building an Intelligent Statistician
2
The Key to Managing EndUser Computing
10
A Case Study and a Proposed Approach
19
The Role of View Integration
28
Productivity Metrics for Information Technology
38
A Guide for Managers
44
An Expert System for Aiding in US Defense Research Procurement and
51
A Methodology for Distributing the Corporate Database
55
Information Resource Management Support for Educating the Homeless Child
128
The Natural Road to Artificial Intelligence
129
The Impact of Microcomputers on Traditional Data Processing Structures
130
Typing Speed and Student Success in Introduction to Microcomputer Application Software Classes
131
GDSS in Large Group DecisionMaking
132
Development Trends in Organizational Sciences
133
Software Engineering Using Expert Systems
134
The Economic Value of Information Center Services
135

Development with the Information TransformationAnalysisManagement Model
66
An Empirical Evaluation of System Development Methodologies
72
And The End User Some Implications For Education
81
The Development of Information Systems Planning Towards a Mature Management Tool
86
Implications for Managing the Type IV Implementation Problem
100
Report on a Survey of IS Managers
108
The Case of Desktop Publishing as an OrganizationWide Resource
114
A Notational Framework for ComputerAided DSS Development
122
Hillsborough County Department of Information Technology Information Resource Management Philosophy and Strategic Plan Approach
123
A KnowledgeOriented Workbench for User Programmable Control of Public Administration Tasks
124
A Method to Prevent the Documentation of Expert Systems From Becoming Antique
125
Rule and ObjectOriented Development of Expert Systems
126
Validating Expert Systems on PROLOG Basis
127
The Management Dilemmas
136
On the Design of Integrated Office Support Systems
137
A ResearchBased Approach to Relevant Information Systems Education in the 1990s
138
Implementing a Microcomputer Depot
140
Managing Information Through Systems Architecture
141
The Key to IRM Research Challenge of the 1990s
142
A Prototype Expert System for Implementing ComputerBased Manufacturing Systems
143
Applying CASE Tools in Developing a Management Structure Tool for the United States Army Corps of Engineers Construction Engineering Resear...
144
Improving Productivity in the Health Care Industry
145
Improving Productivity in the Banking Industry
146
Training Implications of Spreadsheet Modelling
147
Integrating Heterogeneous Databases in a Hospital Information Systems Environment
148
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