Business, Information Technology and Society
Stephen D. Tansey
Routledge, 2003 - Business & Economics - 252 pages
This comprehensive volume introduces the nature and the impact of the new information and communication technologies on business and society. Emphasizing the global impact, it draws upon examples from the USA, Europe, and Japan as well as the newly industrialized countries of the Pacific Rim. Applying a systems thinking approach, author Stephen D. Tansey covers:
Written for students studying business or IT, this book is an invaluable resource offering topical insights into the ways in which information technology is shaping our work and our lives. Without assuming any prior knowledge of either business or IT, this key text provides a unique, essential guide.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - shdawson - LibraryThing
A lot of history, that is important to most people today. It helps to know how IT got where it is today, and why it impacts our live so much. The material presented is not stitched together well ... Read full review