Strategic Information Technology Management: Perspectives on Organizational Growth and Competitive Advantage
Rajiv D. Banker, Robert J. Kauffman, Mo Adam Mahmood
Idea Group Pub., Jan 1, 1993 - Capital investments - 688 pages
This book aims to provide the latest information in a new and extremely important field - information technology investment and how it affects organizational economic and strategic benefits.
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PARTI FRAMEWORKS FOR ASSESSING
Introduction to Part I
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activities analysis applications approach assessment assets automated teller machine banks benefits Big Bang budget business value buyer capital CBA methodology changes communications companies competitive advantage computerized conversion effectiveness corporate costs Current Growth customers decision economic efficiency electronic electronic data interchange evaluation example expected external factors Figure firm performance firm's function Gantt chart hardware headcount identify impact implementation improve increase industry information systems information technology infrastructure innovative input inventory knowledge workers London Stock Exchange mainframe manufacturing market makers measures ment MIS expenditures MIS planning network externality operating organization organizational performance output overall participation personal computers personnel present value problem productivity profits real options reduce relationship responsive systems revenue growth Santa Monica SEAQ share spending strategic supplier tion trading transaction users utilization variables Weill