Information technology offers the potential for quite different ways of organization and management control, yet the technology is often way ahead of managers ability to imagine the strategic consequences and appreciate the organizational and societal implications. This book intends to close that gap; written for business school students and managers, it explores and critically evaluates information needs and the potential of information systems.
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