- Author:Marilyn M. Parker
- Publisher:Prentice Hall; 1 edition (August 10, 1995)
- Pages:606 pages
- Subcategory:Management & Leadership
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With an eye toward the future, it provides the information technology component of the business enterprise with a new perspective and appreciation of the massive changes and new paradigms that are just beginning to impact the enterprise, the I/T profession, and the individual in society.
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Strategic Transformation and Information Technology : Paradigms for Performing While Transforming. by Marilyn M.
Strategic transformation and information technology: paradigms for performing while transforming. Abstract Much has been written about how the management of information technology must change so that the enterprise can gain (or maintain) a competitive edge. I. assessing new marketplace dynamics. 1. Global Tremors, Local Quakes. II. Enabling enterprise transformation with information technology. 2. Anywhere, Anytime Workplaces. To accomplish this, the way informatio. More). various ways to embrace digital platforms for ideas, technologies, and knowledge
Strategic transformation and information technology: paradigms for performing while transforming. various ways to embrace digital platforms for ideas, technologies, and knowledge. It shows the opportunities and challenges digital platforms bring in for the organizations. It also highlights underlying mechanisms and potential outcomes of various digital platforms.
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This volume extends economic theory . cost-benefit concepts to the problems in strategic planning and enterprise-wide information management.
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Focusing on the realities of global competition and the impact on businesses and information technology (I/T) and its organizations, this dynamic, progressive book highlights the significant changes in the competitive environment and within the enterprise, illustrating how each directly impacts I/T, and how I/T can impact the enterprise change mechanisms. Analyzes major uncertainties an enterprise must face and the resulting new business paradigms required for successful business transformation that imply new directions, responsibilities, and environments for I/T. Discusses the impact of new business paradigms and initiatives surrounding enterprise transformation, and the consequences for I/T applications and activities. Examines new responsibilities and roles of I/T, its accompanying change of charter and organizational infrastructure. Introduces a three phase Strategic Transformation methodology for planning. Identifies and discusses new business paradigms and the resulting change of I/T paradigms. For business and technology professionals.