Managing and Using Information Systems
Now updated and revised, this Third Edition of Managing and Using Information Systems by Pearlson and Saunders arms you with the insights and knowledge you need to become an active participant in information systems decisions. Taking a strategic approach to information systems, the authors show how to manage information as a resource and use information for competitive advantage.
This brief, yet complete, paperback provides a basic framework for understanding the relationships among business strategy, information systems, and organizational strategies. You'll learn how IT relates to organizational design and business strategy, how to recognize opportunities in the work environment, and how to apply current technologies in innovative ways.
About the Authors
Chapter 1: The Information Systems Strategy Triangle
Chapter 2: Strategic Use of Information Resources
Chapter 3: Organizational Impacts of Information Systems Use
Chapter 4: Information Technology and the Design of Work
Chapter 5: Information Technology and Changing Business Processe
Chapter 6: Architecture and Infrastructure
Chapter 7: Doing Business on the Internet
Chapter 8: Using Information Ethically
Chapter 9: The Management Information Systems Organization
Chapter 10: Funding IT
Chapter 11: Project Management
Chapter 12: Knowledge Management