Managing Information for the Competitive Edge
Ethel Auster, Chun Wei Choo
Neal-Schuman Publishers, 1996 - Business & Economics - 554 pages
This text details the use of information in organizations and integrates material from library information science, management and related disciplines. Sections cover: information models of integration; information behaviour of managers; and assessing the value of information.
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Towards an Information Model of Organizations
The Convergence of Management Attention
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