Managing and using information systems: a strategic approach
This book arms non technical managers with the insights and information they need to become knowledgeable participants in their companies information system resources decision-making. It provides them with a framework for understanding how businesses use and manage information, acquaints them with the key information technologies, and provides them with a working familiarity with MIS, project management, information architecture, and other key components of information systems organization. Readers also learn proven strategies for integrating IT with business strategies to create competitive advantages for their organizations.
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Managing and Using Information Systems: A Strategic Approach
Keri E. Pearlson,Carol S. Saunders
No preview available - 2003
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