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Dunn, Dennis

Business Information Technology Management Alternative and Adaptive Futures

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Organisations are information intensive systems, operating in dynamic and competitive markets, structured around complex physical and political infrastructures. This book characterises the critical nature of these environments through strategies for business information technology management (BITM).
It represents a contemporary reflection of experiences where the contributors expose, analyse and articulate the diversity and uncertainty of alternative and adaptive futures for BITM.
Contents
Introduction
SECTION ONE: RESEARCH AND METHODOLOGIES
Adaptability and Flexibility in IS Development; G.Fitzgerald
Planning Activities: Lessons for IS Development; C.Adams
New Light through Old Windows: the Interpretative Foundations of the CSF Concept and Method; T.Butler and Brian Fitzgerald
Uncovering the Assumptions Behind IS Methodologies: Implications for Research and Practice; N.Russo and E.Stolterman
SECTION TWO: STRATEGIC AND GLOBAL MANAGEMENT
Experiences of Strategic Information Systems Planning: Evoking Change from within an IT Department; D.Wainwright
Global Electronic Commerce: Business to Business; N.Nahar
Content Characteristics of Formal IT Strategy as Implementation Predictors; P.Gottschalk
Sustaining Strategic Advantage in the Information Age; G.Hidding and J.Williams
SECTION THREE: KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT AND LEARNING ORGANISATION
Knowledge Management; from an IT Perspective; D.Dunn and M.Fretwell
The Process of Knowledge Harvesting: the Key to Knowledge Management; C.Snyder and L.Wilson
An Ontological Approach for Integrating Enterprise: Requirements and Systems Knowledge; V.Papaioannou and B.Theodoulidis
Towards a Contingency View of Infrastructure and Knowledge: An Exploratory Study; C.Ciborra and O.Hanseth
SECTION FOUR: INTERNET AND INTRANET COMMERCE
Aligning the On-Line Organisation: with What, How and Why?; J.Burn
Economics of Content Provision on the Internet; C.Loebbecke
Corporate Intranets: Just Another IT System?; J. Callaghan
Consumers in Swiss Online Grocery Shops; P.Sieber
SECTION FIVE: THE MILLENNIUM, ORGANISATIONS AND "HUMPTY DUMPTY"
The Millennium Problem: An Interesting Case of IS Failure; P.Beynon-Davies
IS/IT Outsourcing; R.Hackney and Martin Hancox
The Influence of Legacy IS on BPR Strategies; B.Light and C.Holland
BITM; Alternative and Adaptive Futures; M.Stubbs, G.Griffiths and D.Tucker
Author Biographies
RAY HACKNEY is the Director of BIT research within Manchester Metropolitan University. He has contributed to numerous national and international conferences and journals and is currently serving on the Board of the UK Academy for Information Systems.
DENNIS DUNN is the Head of BIT within Manchester Metropolitan University. His research interests are within organisational analysis, knowledge management and learning organisations. He is currently associated with Lancaster University (UK) in developing innovative frameworks for BITM.
Printing of the book is limited to 10 pages per day.

Nyckelord: business, management, information technology

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Utgivare
Palgrave Macmillan Ltd
Utgivningsår
2000
Språk
en
Utgåva
1
Sidantal
352 sidor
Kategori
Allmänna verk
Format
E-bok
eISBN (PDF)
033379253X

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