Planning for Information as a Corporate Resource

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Alfred Collins
Pergamon Press, Jan 1, 1990 - Business & Economics - 112 pages
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This volume deals with the problems associated with the use of information within companies, both for strategic advantage and within the strategic process. Three major issues facing management are examined: 1) Information as a Strategic Resoure, 2) Information Technology in the strategic Planning Process, and 3) Management Information Technology for Strategic Impact. This book provides a framework and specific cases illustrating how leading organizations are planning for information as a corporate resource. The aim of The Best of Long Term Planning is to bring together the best articles on a particular topic from the Long Range Planning journal, so that readers wishing to study a specific aspect of planning can find an authoritive and comprehensive view of the subject, conveniently published in one volume.

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Contents

Planning for Information as
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Competitive Information Systems
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Experience with Corporate Simulation ModelsA Survey
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