Reengineering: systems integration success

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Michael Mische
Auerbach, Jun 15, 1998 - Business & Economics - 342 pages
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Integration is more than the melding of different technologies and application systems. Today it includes the integration of business processes, organizational structures, and the human element of the enterprise. Technology is both the catalyst and the enabler of the process. Reengineering: Systems Integration Success is a working "blueprint". It shows you how to develop, implement, and manage systems integration both cost and time-effectively to ensure your success and the success of your company. This book is a unique, hands-on approach to achieving systems integration. In this second edition, subject matter experts share their secrets for success. You get their experience and insights in illustrative examples and case studies, plus a wealth of ready-to-use sample documents and graphic aids. Reengineering: Systems Integration Success, Second Edition is guaranteed to become one of your master reference books and a great source for leading edge ideas, as well as practical insights and information.

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MICHAEL A. MISCHE, a member of the faculty at the University of Southern California's Marshall School of Business where he teaches Strategic Renewal and IT Strategy in the MBA program, Michael Mische has over 20 years of experience in consulting and preparing MBA students to be next generation leaders. As president of the Synergy Consulting Group, Inc. and a former principal of KPMG and A.T. Kearney, Professor Mische has consulted to prominent management consulting firms and to CEOs and COOs in global companies. He has also testified as an expert witness before legislative and judicial bodies. He is the author of four books, including "The 21st Century Organization: Reinventing Through Reengineering," with Warren Bennis. In addition he is a consulting editor for a series of books on Systems Integration and has recently completed three major research projects on Strategic Leadership, Knowledge Management, and Innovation. He holds degrees from New York University's Stern School of Business, where he graduated with honors, and Golden Gate University in San Francisco. He can be reached via electronic mail at

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