The Information Mosaic

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Harvard Business School Press, 1992 - Business & Economics - 265 pages
Modern managers are described as continually seeking, receiving, processing, and disseminating information. This book provides an eye-opening report on exactly what types of information managers want and need to make their decisions. In addition, it explains where and how managers actually get this information. The authors' research shows that many of accountants' most cherished reports are of marginal value; that PCs and data networks are expensive and underutilize capital assets in many settings; and that managers are getting their really important information from unexpected sources.

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