Advanced Topics in Information Resources Management, Volume 2
Idea Group Inc (IGI), Jul 1, 2003 - Computers - 300 pages
Advanced Topics in Information Resources Management features the latest research findings dealing with all aspects of information resources management, managerial and organizational applications, as well as implications of information technology organizations. Volume two aims to be instrumental in the improvement and development of the theory and practice of information resources management while educating organizations on how they can benefit from their information resources and all the tools utilized to gather, process, disseminate, and manage this valuable resource.
*Note: This book is part of a new series entitled "Advanced Topics in Information Resources Management". This book is Volume Two within this series (Vol. II, 2003).
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Further Evidence from Financial Services Industry
Reconsidering Relationship Attributes in CustomerSupplier Dyads
Testing the DeLone and McLean Model in the User Developed Application Domain
Critical Success Factors and Challenges
Chapter VI Collaborative Decision Making in WebBased GIS
Chapter VII Novices Performance and Satisfaction Improvement Through Expert Decision Support Usage
Chapter VIII A Knowledge Base for Information Systems Success Research
Effects on Participant Satisfaction and Group Output Quality
An Empirical Study of Law Firms in Norway and Australia
Chapter XIII Demonstrating ValueAdded Utilization of Existing Databases for Organizational DecisionSupport
An Explanatory Study of Customer Relationship Management Application
Chapter XV A Comparison of Implementation Resistance Factors for DMSS Versus Other Information Systems
A Study of Virtual Teams
Chapter XVII The Effect of Task and Tool Experience on Maintenance CASE Tool Usage
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