Handbook of Information Technology in Organizations and Electronic Markets
The rapid growth in the adoption and diffusion of information technologies has important implications for practitioners, academics and policy-makers. The widespread use of information technologies is challenging traditional business models and reshaping socio-economic paradigms, as well as promoting new social relations, jobs and working structures.By synthesizing prior research and providing a strong foundation for future research, the aim of this book is to contribute to our practical and conceptual understanding of the technological, behavioral, organizational, social and economic issues and their inter-relationship in organizations and electronic markets.The book covers five broad aspects: technological innovations and trends; organizational change and knowledge management; strategic transformation; and social and economic transformation. Contributions include works by scholars from recognized international communities of academics, practitioners and policy-makers.
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A Review of Emerging EBusiness Technologies
Chapter 2 ICTs Organizational Change and New Modes of Organizing
A Process Perspective
Chapter 4 Organizational Implementation and Integration of Information Technology
A Review of Critical Success Factors
Chapter 6 An Interdisciplinary Research Framework to Investigate Electronic Business Models
Scenarios for Health Care
A Search for New Insights
Chapter 12 Strategic Planning and Outsourcing
Chapter 13 ITEnabled Innovation in the Multinational Company
Chapter 14 The Impact of Internet on Market Structure
Chapter 15 Strategic Transformations in Selected Productive Sectors
Chapter 16 The Evolution of New Social Relations and Structures
Chapter 17 Knowledge Management Technology and Organization
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