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Information Technology Management: A Knowledge Repository / Edition 1
     

Information Technology Management: A Knowledge Repository / Edition 1

by Jay Liebowitz
 

ISBN-10: 0849371678

ISBN-13: 9780849371677

Pub. Date: 07/27/1998

Publisher: Taylor & Francis

Mainly based on the author's personal experiences with a variety of organizations, this succinct book presents short cases, anecdotes, and vignettes describing the management of information technology.

Information Technology Management includes numerous case studies primarily focusing on business, industry, and government systems. This singular resource serves

Overview

Mainly based on the author's personal experiences with a variety of organizations, this succinct book presents short cases, anecdotes, and vignettes describing the management of information technology.

Information Technology Management includes numerous case studies primarily focusing on business, industry, and government systems. This singular resource serves expert systems managers and information technology managers and developers.

Although the material emphasizes those cases involving management relating to expert systems technology, the reader can replace the term "expert system" with "information system" technology in almost all the case studies as many of the lessons generally hold true for information systems.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780849371677
Publisher:
Taylor & Francis
Publication date:
07/27/1998
Pages:
224
Product dimensions:
6.12(w) x 9.25(h) x 0.50(d)

Table of Contents

Keep Running, but Make Sure You Have Your Shoes On The Shoemaker's Children Go Barefoot CESA: An Expert System for Aiding in US Defense Research Contracting The Independent Office Supply Store without Any Automation A Tax Help Desk System in the Government War Stories Putting the Cart before the Horse at a Major University A Day at the Doctor's Office Management, Development, and Legal Considerations Avoid Being the Political Football Use It or Lose It Managing Multimedia Development Projects Critical Success Factors in Multimedia Development Lessons Learned in Deploying Multimedia Integrating Multimedia into the Curriculum: Technology Transfer Issues Legal Issues for Expert Systems Institutionalization GUESS: A Generically Used Expert Scheduling System for NASA An Applications Experience of Introducing EVIDENT to Law Professors Publish or Perish - A Publisher's Dilemma A Code of Ethics Ethics Should Prevail The Consultant's Dilemma: Risk versus Return What Clients Need to Know about the Expert Systems Being Built for Them Future Considerations Intelligent-Aided Multimedia: Prospects and Issues Expert System Shell Selection for Moving toward an Autonomous Ground Control System A Snapshot of the Robotics Age

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