Creating Business Value with Information Technology: Challenges and Solutions

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Namchul Shin
Idea Group Inc (IGI), 2003 - Business & Economics - 322 pages
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"Addressing questions raised by managers and researchers over the last decade on the business value of information technology (IT), this book provides business professionals with a more precise rationale for making IT investments by detailing how computerization does not automatically create business value, but is one essential component that should be coupled with organizational changes such as new strategies, new business processes, and new organizational structures."
 

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Contents

Toward
23
I Inventory Productivity Impacts of ITEnabled Supply Chain
50
Information Technology Spending Association with
89
An Empirical Analysis of Productivity Gains from
125
Information Technology Spending and the Value of
146
Creating Business Value through ECommerce
166
The Moral and Business Value of Information
187
Establishing the Business Value of Network Security Using
203
Increasing Business Value of Communications
220
An Optimization Model for Telecommunication
236
How
259
Managements Contribution to Internet
275
Electronic Commerce Opportunities Challenges
295
About the Authors
313
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About the author (2003)

Namchul Shin is Associate Professor of Information Systems at Pace University. He received his Ph.D. in MIS from the University of California at Irvine, M.B.A. from the University of Toledo, and B.A. from Seoul National University. His current research interests focus on the areas of IT business value, organizational and strategic impacts of IT, electronic commerce/electronic business, and business process management. His work has been published in journals such as European Journal of Information Systems, Journal of Logistics Information Management, Journal of Electronic Commerce Research, International Journal of Services Technology and Management, International Journal of Electronic Business, and Business Process Management Journal. He is currently a member of the Editorial Board of Journal of Electronic Commerce Research and Business Process Management Journal.

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