Titel: Advanced Topics in Information Resources Management
Autor/en: Mehdi Khosrow-Pour
68:B&W 7 x 10 in or 254 x 178 mm Case Laminate on White w/Gloss Lam.
Idea Group Publishing
30. November 2005 - gebunden - 370 Seiten
Features the research findings in all aspects of information resources management. This volume provides information technology researchers, scholars, educators, and practicing managers with the research on managing the technological, organizational, and human aspects of information utilization and management.
Chapter I. Multimedia Impact on Human Cognition, Chapter II. IT Project Managers' Perceptions and Use of Virtual Team Technologies, Chapter III. Information Sharing in Supply Chain Management with Demand Uncertainty, Chapter IV. The Impact of IT Personnel Skills on IS Infrastructure and Competitive IS, Chapter V. A Socio-Technical Heuristic for Analysis of IT Investments: Results from Two Case Studies, Chapter VI. Global Service Provider Strategies and Networking Alternatives, Chapter VII. End Users' Acceptance of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Systems: An Investigation on Attitude, Symbolic Adoption, and Their Antecendents, Chapter VIII. Inclusion of Social Subsystem Issues in IT Investment Decisions: An Empirical Assessment, Chapter IX. Effect of Tasks, Salaries, and Shocks on Job Satisfaction Among MIS Professionals, Chapter X. Empirical Evaluation of an Integrated Supply Chain Model for Small and Medium Sized Firms, Chapter XI. Identifying and Managing the Enablers of Knowledge Sharing: An Exploration in the UK Health Care Sector, Chapter XII. Tranquilizing the Werewolf that Attacks Information Systems Quality, Chapter XIII. Testing and Extending Theory in Strategic Information Systems Planning Through Literature Analysis, Chapter XIV. Business Process Reengineering: The Role of Organizational Enablers and The Impact of Information Technology.
Mehdi Khosrow-Pour, D.B.A. is currently the Executive Director of the Information Resources Management Association (IRMA). Previously, he served on the faculty of the Pennsylvania State University as an Associate Professor of Information Systems for twenty years.