Time to take control: The impact of change on corporate computer systems

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Time to Take Control provides reasonable and effective guidelines for successfully using computers to improve the workplace. This is a perfect book for anyone who wants to increase the productivity and flexibility of their business.

The author maintains an Internet Web site, designed as a forum and bulletin for the latest papers and research on the subject as it develops.

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Overview

Time to Take Control provides reasonable and effective guidelines for successfully using computers to improve the workplace. This is a perfect book for anyone who wants to increase the productivity and flexibility of their business.

The author maintains an Internet Web site, designed as a forum and bulletin for the latest papers and research on the subject as it develops.

Time to Take Control provides reasonable and effective guidelines for successfully using computers to improve the workplace. This is a perfect book for anyone who wants to increase the productivity and flexibility of their business.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780750698634
  • Publisher: Taylor & Francis
  • Publication date: 10/23/1996
  • Pages: 253
  • Product dimensions: 7.04 (w) x 9.21 (h) x 0.63 (d)

Meet the Author

Tony Johnson is a consultant to Edwin Hill. He is one of the authors of Modern Methods of Valuation

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Table of Contents

* SECTION 1: THE CHALLENGE
• The Business Environment (Why are Companies Changing?)
• Corporate Change Concepts (How are Companies Trying to Change?)
• The Quality Issue (From Deming to QS9000)
• Business Process Reengineering (Why so Radical?)
• SECTION 2: THE COMPUTER ENVIRONMENT
• Corporate Use of Computers (Why do we Have a Problem with Computer?)
• Corporate Productivity (How Bad is the Computer Problem?)
• SECTION 3: THE WORLD OUTSIDE (THE BIG NEW FACTOR)
• The Internet (Will the Internet Change Anything?)
• Impact of Electronic Data Interchange EDI (The Key to Successful Business Agents)
• Teleworking (50%) of the US Workforce is Doing it Some of the Time)
• Convergence (The Internet Driving Change)
• SECTION 4: THE INGREDIENTS FOR SUCCESS
• Tools to Support Change (Understanding Processes)
• Off the Shelf Software (What Can be Done with These $99.99 Tools?)
• Groupware (Why did IBM Buy Lotus?)
• The Object Corporation (Are Objects Important?)
• The Development of Integration (The Start of Something Big)
• Directions for the Future (What Next?)
• SECTION 5: TAKING CONTROL
• The Plan (How to Take Control)

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