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This text prepares informatiin for the challenge of integrating the technology resource. In order to understand the industry today, one must understand the ways companies align, partner, and communicate through technology to grow their business. Managing the Information Technology Resource presents a set of powerful tools to ensure students’ understanding of the strategies, tactics, and operational endeavors CIO’s employ to assimilate technologies across the firm.
Lends a practical feel to the book so students can see how this course relates to what they will do once they enter the workforce.
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You have selected an online exam copy, you will be re-directed to the VitalSource website where you can complete your request View online at VitalSource. Provides a framework for students to understand the most important topics in MIS. Practical look at Information Technology with active language about how to be involved with IT in a company.
Provides students with a non-threatening environment to learn this higher-level material. Focus on the tactical and operational role of the CIO. Students come away with a managerial and strategic approach to information systems. Table of Contents Preface.