Planning for Information as a Corporate Resource
Pergamon Press, Jan 1, 1990 - Business & Economics - 112 pages
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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