Information Management As Perceived by CIOs in Three Pacific Rim Countries

Information Management As Perceived by CIOs in Three Pacific Rim Countries

Raymond Mcleod Jr. (Texas A&M University, USA), Choong Nyoung Kim (Hallym University, South Korea), Carol Saunders (Southern Illinois University at Carbondale, USA), Jack William Jones (Texas Christian University, USA), Carlos Scheel (Monterrey Institute of Technology, Mexico) and Martha Corrales Estrada (Monterrey Institute of Technology, Mexico)
Copyright: © 1997 |Pages: 13
DOI: 10.4018/jgim.1997070101
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Abstract

Data was gathered from managers who are responsible for part or all of the information resources of selected large organizations in Korea, Mexico, and the US. The purpose of the research was to learn about the managers’ perceptions of their roles and the factors influencing their own performance and that of their units, and to explore the influence of country social culture on those perceptions. Information is provided about the organizations, the information resources executives, and such topics as strategic business planning, strategic planning for information resources, competitive advantage, outsourcing, and reengineering. The topics are integrated by means of a graphical model. The executives also offer suggestions for achieving successful management of information resources.

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