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Managing Information across the Enterprise

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Information is a vital corporate resource… and the responsibility of every person in the enterprise. In this important new text, a team of information systems experts explores the process, function, and end-use of information to create a powerful model for a new breed of manager— the Information-Enabled Manager!
  • A bold, unifying model— Strategies for Technology Enablement through People (STEP), shows how an organization can compete effectively...
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Overview

Information is a vital corporate resource… and the responsibility of every person in the enterprise. In this important new text, a team of information systems experts explores the process, function, and end-use of information to create a powerful model for a new breed of manager— the Information-Enabled Manager!
  • A bold, unifying model— Strategies for Technology Enablement through People (STEP), shows how an organization can compete effectively in today’s rapidly changing global environment.
  • The text outlines a three step process: enabling the enterprise through the STEP model, redesigning business processes to provide better and faster service, and enabling business functions for effective personal and organizational productivity.
  • An extensive, integrated case study expands and illustrates the material.
  • Numerous end-of-chapter Reflections stimulate creative problem-solving and critical thinking.
  • Throughout the text, the authors include invaluable tools, practical guidelines, and proven techniques to help implement the concepts for any type of enterprise.
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A textbook for management students, presenting a new approach to thinking about information within an organization. Based on the notion that information is a corporate resource, is everyone's responsibility, and should be accessible to everyone, covers enabling the enterprise, redesigning the business processes, and enabling business functions. Presents as a case study a regional wholesale industrial supplies firm. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780471127192
  • Publisher: Wiley, John & Sons, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 11/28/1996
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 372
  • Product dimensions: 7.76 (w) x 9.59 (h) x 0.88 (d)

Meet the Author

About the Authors The authors of Managing Information Across the Enterprise bring a unique blend of academic and practitioner experience to the book. Robert K. Wysocki is currently the Director of Career Management Systems, a business unit of Computerworld. His 30- year professional career includes information systems management, consulting, and training in both industry and the academic world. He has also written and consulted in project management for systems development. Robert DeMichiell is professor and Area Coordinator for the Information Systems Program at Fairfield University. He is also former Chairman and a member of both NERComp (a consortia of computing academics) and WACRA (a world organization dedicated to the case method research and teaching). His more than 30 years of practical experience includes both consulting and presenting seminars to business executives and professionals.
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Table of Contents

ENABLING THE ENTERPRISE.

Strategies for Technology-Enablement Through People: STEP Model.

The Information-Enabled Manager.

Information-Enabled Management Across the Enterprise.

Assessing Strategic Opportunities.

Organizational Deployment of the Information Function.

Acquiring and Managing Computer Resources.

REDESIGNING BUSINESS PROCESSES.

Emerging Process View of Organizations.

Business Process Redesign.

Human Resource Development.

The Service Role of Information Technology.

ENABLING BUSINESS FUNCTIONS.

Linking Information Technology to Business Functions.

Systems Development Methodology.

Information Technology at the End User Level.

The Support Role of Information Technology.

Epilog.

Appendices.

References.

Index.

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