Individually, the fields of organizational politics and strategic information technology have soared in popularity. Studies suggest that the interaction between the two would prove beneficial to both the academic and corporate domains. This integration would serve to enable, support, and manage modern businesses.
Strategic Information Technology Governance and Organizational Politics in Modern Business gives voice to fresh perspectives on the development, implementation, and practice of information systems and technology in organizations. This book is beneficial for business people, undergraduate students, postgraduate candidates, and researchers looking to gain a more in-depth understanding of the influence of socio-technical factors on ICT operations.
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Computer and information scientists and business scholars explore the interaction between strategic information technology and organizational politics, considering theory, methodology, and practice for academics and practitioners in other business and information technology. Among their topics are the interplay between human and structure in information technology strategy, best practices from a case study on captive offshore information technology outsourcing, and more.
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