Cases on Information Technology Management in Modern Organizations

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Jay Liebowitz, Mehdi Khosrowpour
Idea Group Inc (IGI), Jan 1, 1997 - Business & Economics - 321 pages
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Information systems educators, professionals and students learn best from the experience of others. Successes and failures from others can help the information systems community further develop and flourish. An effective means for conveying these experiences and lessons learned is through case studies. Cases on Information Technology Management in Modern Organizations is a compilation of original case studies that describes information technology experiences in both domestic and international organizations and offers managerial solutions on IT use, adoption and management. Each of the 22 cases has been carefully structured to provide background information, project description, current status of the case/project, successes and failures, epilogue and lessons learned, and a series of questions for discussion.
 

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Contents

Reengineering Concepts Methods and TechnologiesGrover
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Chapter
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of these cases are greatly facilitated This book is specifically geared for
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Chapter 3
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Chapter 4
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Chapter 5
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Chapter 6
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Chapter 7
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Chapter 14DSS For Strategic Decision Making
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Chapter 15
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Chapter 16Evolving Organizational Growth Through Information Technology
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Chapter 17
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ProjectCase DescriptionOverview of the project technology concerns
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Chapter 18
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Chapter 19
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Emerging Innovative Technologies
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Chapter 8
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Experiences at Caterpillars Mossville Engine Center MEC
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Chapter 10
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editors The cases have been developed using the following standardized
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Chapter 11
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A High Volume Integrated Online Library Resources Automation Project
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Acknowledgments
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Chapter 13
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X
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Chapter 20
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Chapter 21
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Glossary
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Jay Liebowitz
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Index
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