Managing Information Technology in a Global Economy

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Today, opportunities and challenges of available technology can be utilized as strategic and tactical resources for your organization. Conversely, failure to be current on the latest trends and issues of IT can lead to ineffective and inefficient management of IT resources. Managing Information Technology in a Global Economy is a valuable collection of papers that presents IT management perspectives from professionals around the world. The papers introduce new ideas, refine old ones and possess interesting scenarios to help the reader develop company-sensitive management strategies.

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459. lappuse - Knowledge is a fluid mix of framed experience, values, contextual information, and expert insight that provides a framework for evaluating and incorporating new experiences and information.
250. lappuse - ... to accept responsibility in making engineering decisions consistent with the safety, health and welfare of the public, and to disclose promptly factors that might endanger the public or the environment...
174. lappuse - Japanese approach is the recognition that creating new knowledge is not simply a matter of "processing" objective information. Rather, it depends on tapping the tacit and often highly subjective insights, intuitions, and hunches of individual employees and making those insights available for testing and use by the company as a whole.
380. lappuse - A typical definition in the network literature sees trust as "the willingness of a party to be vulnerable to the actions of another party based on the expectation that the other will perform a particular action important to the trustor, irrespective of the ability to monitor or control that other party
374. lappuse - System Quality, Information Quality, Use, User Satisfaction, Individual Impact and Organizational Impact.
282. lappuse - Such a system would require the application of constitutional guarantees to education. Learners should not be forced to submit to an obligatory curriculum, or to discrimination based on whether they possess a certificate or a diploma. Nor should the public be forced to support, through a regressive taxation, a huge professional apparatus of educators and buildings...
282. lappuse - ... successions; \ and that only teachers can properly reveal these secrets. An individual with a schooled mind conceives of the world as a pyramid of classified packages accessible only to those who carry the proper tags. New educational institutions would break apart this pyramid. Their purpose must be to facilitate access for the learner: to allow him to look into the windows of the control room or the parliament, if he cannot get in by the door. Moreover, such new institutions should be channels...
282. lappuse - Schools are designed on the assumption that there is a secret to everything in life; that the quality of life depends on knowing that secret, that secrets can be known only in orderly succession; and that only teachers can properly reveal those secrets.
282. lappuse - Nor should the public be forced to support, through a regressive taxation, a huge professional apparatus of educators and buildings which in fact restricts the public's chances for learning to the services the profession is willing to put on the market. It should use modern technology to make free speech, free assembly, and a free press truly universal and, therefore, fully educational.
116. lappuse - The application of knowledge, skills, tools, and techniques to project activities in order to meet or exceed stakeholder needs and expectations from a project.

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