Managing the Global Impacts of IT: Standing on Conceptual Quicksand

Managing the Global Impacts of IT: Standing on Conceptual Quicksand

John Tillquist (University of British Columbia, Canada)
Copyright: © 1997 |Pages: 4
DOI: 10.4018/jgim.1997100101
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Abstract

As scholars and expert practitioners, we portray globalization and technological innovation as key drivers for a new industrial age. We herald the dawn of an “information revolution,” a new economy revolutionizing the organization of production and distribution, an upheaval of long-stead technical, political, and economic institutions of our society. But as information professionals, how well equipped are we to explain and predict — much less lead — this revolution? On what foundation do we stake our claim as knowledgeable experts? Today I want to discuss with you just this issue.

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