Information Management: The Strategic Dimension

Synopsis

These essays, by leading academics and businesspersons from around the world, describe the current state of the art in information technology, a resource with increasingly important implications for managers and management students. Drawing on case studies from Ford, ICI, Volvo, and the U.K. Inland Revenue, the contributors discuss the place of technology in corporate strategy, its use in gaining competitive advantage, the formulation of information systems strategies, competitive dynamics in the use of value added networks, end-user computing, leadership in information management, and the development of information technology human resources.

Additional information

Contributors:
Includes content by:
  • Michael Scott Morton
  • William King
  • Ellen Hufnagel
  • Varun Grover
  • Graham Gooding
  • Michael Scott Morton
  • William King
  • Ellen Hufnagel
  • Varun Grover
  • Graham Gooding
  • David Feeny
  • David A. Runge
  • Michael J. Earl
  • Derek Seddon
  • Robert D. Galliers
  • Steve Matheson
  • Martin Lockett
  • Karl-henrik Hubinette
  • Michael Earl
  • Rudi Hirschheim
  • Peter G. W. Keen
Publisher: Place of publication:
  • Oxford
Publication year:
  • 1988