Reengineering MIS: Aligning Information Technology and Business Operations

Reengineering MIS: Aligning Information Technology and Business Operations

Projected Release Date: January, 1997|Copyright: © 1997 |Pages: 458
ISBN13: 9781878289308|ISBN10: 1878289306|DOI: 10.4018/978-1-87828-930-8

Description

Global changes and competition have forced organizations around the world to become more cost effective and efficient. The reengineering efforts of the early 1990s have pressured many organizations to reengineer their MIS structure.

Reengineering MIS: Aligning Information Technology and Business Operations provides the background and foundation that will allow the radical change necessary for MIS to contribute to the success of the organization. It provides detailed understanding of reengineering initiatives in business, how to go about incorporating reengineering changes, and how to gauge the overall effects your MIS organization will feel upon the reengineering of the MIS infrastructure and functions. Through the use of forms, worksheets and practical examples, readers will gain the insight into the reengineering process necessary to undertake MIS projects. The authors of this book share their years of experiences in planning and implementing reengineering MIS projects.

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Author(s)/Editor(s) Biography

Kevin G. Coleman is an international management consultant with over a decade of experience. He specializes in application of IT to achieve competitive advantage.
Jim Ettwein is a management consultant with a national consulting firm. He has over 20 years of management and corporate consulting experience.
Clelland Johnson is a partner with a national management-consulting firm providing reengineering implementation and commercial systems integration services.