Information technology and organizations : strategies, networks, and integration /

This text covers IT in organizations - how it works, how it changes organizations and the problems and challenges it creates. Based on detailed research in several sectors (including financial services and hospitals), the authors present an analysis of various issues.

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Bibliographic Details
Online Access:Electronic book from Oxford Scholarship Online
Other Authors: Bloomfield, Brian P.
Format: eBook
Published:Oxford : Oxford University Press, Ã1997.
Table of Contents:
  • 1. Introduction: The Problematic of Information Technology and Organization / Brian P. Bloomfield, Rod Coombs and David Knights [and others]
  • 2. 'We Should Be Total Slaves to the Business': Aligning Information Technology and Strategy
  • Issues and Evidence / David Knights, Faith Noble and Hugh Willmott
  • 3. Markets, Managers, and Messages: Managing Information Systems in Financial Services / David Knights and Fergus Murray
  • 4. Paradigm Thinking and Strategy Development: Marketing Strategy in Information and Communication Technology Sectors / Dominic Wilson, Dale Littler and Margaret Bruce
  • 5. Paper Traces: Inscribing Organizations and Information Technology / Brian P. Bloomfield and Theo Vurdubakis
  • 6. Doctors as Managers: Constructing Systems and Users in the National Health Service / Brian P. Bloomfield, Rod Coombs and Jenny Owen [and others].