Information Resources Management: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools and Applications (4 Volumes)
Release Date: April, 2010. Copyright © 2010. 2686 pages.
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DOI: 10.4018/978-1-61520-965-1, ISBN13: 9781615209651, ISBN10: 1615209654, EISBN13: 9781615209668
Obtaining, storing and processing information is critical to an organization's success and profitability. Ongoing innovations in information technology challenge managers, practitioners, and researchers to create and adapt to new policies, strategies, and solutions for information management.
Information Resources Management: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools and Applications is a comprehensive, four-volume reference addressing major issues, trends, and areas for advancement in information management research. Collecting research from hundreds of leading scholars, this reference aims to encompass essential topics in the discipline and provide theoretical queries to promote further study. This multiple-volume work contains chapters investigating human factors in IT management, as well as IT governance, outsourcing, and diffusion.
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Mark I. Hwang
In the last two decades many organizations installed enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems as a means to integrate their back-office...
Daphna Shwarts-Asher, Niv Ahituv, Dalia Etzion
There has been a transformation from individual work to team work in the last few decades (Ilgen, 1999), and many organizations use teams for many...
Sebastian Stein, Christian Stamber, Marwane El Kharbili, Pawel Rubach
The application of semantic technologies promises boosting business process management because semantic integration of business and IT is achieved....
Drazena Tomic, Brano Markic
In today’s business environment, it is usual that data relevant to business is stored on different hardware, inside different databases, different...
Maosheng Lai, Xin Fu, Liyang Zhang, Lin Wang
In its several thousand years of social progress, China has put continuous effort into cultural development, which to a certain extent contributed...
Deborah Petska, Zane Berge
As organizations race to increase their global market share, traditional face-to-face teams are evolving into virtual teams. Aided by swift advances...
Bart H.M. Gerritsen
This chapter discusses the support of quality management by Enterprise Information Systems. After a brief introduction in ISO9001, one of the...
G. Scott Erickson, Helen N. Rothberg
Development of knowledge assets and protection of knowledge assets are both complementary and competing concerns for the contemporary business. Each...
Tapasya Patki, A.B. Patki, Mahesh Kulkarni
Outsourcing has been conventionally viewed as a solution to generate quick profits and provide business continuity. The previous decades have seen...
- Application of IT to Operation
- Business Process Management and Modeling
- Emerging Technologies Management
- Human & societal issues in IT management
- Information technology security and ethics
- IS/IT education
- IT governance issues
- IT Innovation and Diffusion
- IT Management in Public Organizations
- IT outsourcing