Information Systems: Management Principles in Action / Edition 1by Robert K. Wysocki, James Young, Young
Pub. Date: 01/16/1990
Describes the role of information sytems in business. Internal organization of the information systems department, and current information systems technology and theory are explored, but the emphasis is on real-life management issues. Casebook available.
Table of ContentsScope and Role of Information Systems Management.
Foundation of Information Systems Management.
The Role of Information Systems as a Corporate Entity.
Information Technology as a Competitive Weapon.
Strategic Information Systems Planning.
The Organizational Placement of the Information Systems Department.
Information Systems Corporate Issues and Opportunities.
Duties of the Information Systems Department.
The Elements of Information Systems Department Management.
Functional Challenges and the Information Systems Manager.
Organizing the Information Systems Department.
Information Systems Personnel Management.
Information Systems Development Methodologies and Projects.
Information Systems as a Functional Entity: Issues and Opportunities.
The Role of Information Systems as a User-Support Entity.
End-User Applications Development.
Organizing Information Systems to Support End-User Computing.
Information Systems as a User-Support Entity: Issues and Opportunities.
Quality of Work.
Quality of Life.
Suggested Student Projects.
Supplementary Reading List.
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