Creating Business Value with Information Technology: Challenges and Solutions
Idea Group Inc (IGI), 2003 - Business & Economics - 322 pages
"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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Page x - The editors would like to acknowledge the help of all involved in the collation and review process of the book, without whose support the project could not have been satisfactori ly completed.
Page x - Most of the authors of chapters included in this book also served as referees for papers written by other authors.
Page x - A further special note of thanks goes also to all the staff at Idea Group Inc., whose contributions throughout the whole process from inception of the initial idea to final publication have been invaluable.
Page x - Most of the authors of chapters included in this also served as referees for articles written by other authors. Thanks go to all those who provided constructive and comprehensive reviews. Special thanks also go to the publishing team at Idea Group Publishing. In particular to Michele Rossi...