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  • Agile Project Management For Dummies
    Agile Project Management For Dummies
    Be flexible and faster with Agile project management As mobile and Web technologies continue to evolve rapidly, there is added pressure to develop and implement software projects in weeks instead of months. Agile Project Management can make that happen. This is the first book to provide a simple, step-by-step guide to Agile Project Management approaches, tools, and techniques. With the fast pace of mobile and Web technology development, software project development must keep pace; Agile Project Management enables developers to complete and implement projects more quickly Offers a practical context for understanding and applying Agile techniques, moving from theory into actual practice Explains when to use Agile and how to avoid common pitfalls Written by experts who know how to apply the principles in real-world situations Agile Project Management For Dummies enables you to understand and apply Agile principles for faster, more accurate development.
  • Leslie P. Willcocks, Stephanie Lester. Beyond the IT Productivity Paradox (John Wiley Series in Information Systems)
    Beyond the IT Productivity Paradox (John Wiley Series in Information Systems)
    Leslie P. Willcocks, Stephanie Lester
    The ?IT Productivity Paradox is the concept that, despite massive investment and resourcing by companies and organizations worldwide in their IT systems, there still seems to be little pay-off. Information systems can no longer be viewed as a support service for a business ? information technology now has a lead role to play in the strategic planning processes of any organization. As we move further and further into a technology-based working environment, a critical question is how the value ofIT can be measured and evaluated. This book brings together a group of the most eminent academic and practitioner thinkers in the area, to consolidate what we know about best IT evaluation practice in a comprehensive and integrated manner, and also provide new ways forward. The key to understanding the productivity paradox is the methods of IT measurement used. Improved measurement can not only reveal that IT has often been more productive than is believed, but can also focus in on ways in which...
  • Tony Morgan. Business Rules and Information Systems: Aligning IT with Business Goals
    Business Rules and Information Systems: Aligning IT with Business Goals
    Tony Morgan

  • James E. Goldman, Phillip T. Rawles, Julie R. Mariga. Client/Server Information Systems: A Business-Oriented Approach
    Client/Server Information Systems: A Business-Oriented Approach
    James E. Goldman, Phillip T. Rawles, Julie R. Mariga
    A Complete Guide to Client/Server Architecture and Client/Server Applications-From the Premier Author in the Field! This flexible new book offers hands-on coverage of client/server architecture and client/server applications. Its practical, business-oriented emphasis fully explains everything you need to know without overwhelming you with technical detail! This practical guide offers: * Complete coverage of application development as well as the network infrastructure over which applications are deployed * Thorough-but not too technical!-coverage of all hardware and technology you need to understand * Cases that detail the experiences of real companies as they implement client/server systems * A hands-on, business-oriented emphasis that includes that includes coverage of how to integrate intranets, Extranets and the Internet * Invaluable tips on the management and security of client/server systems not found in other books! By the same Author Local...
  • Nancy Stern, Robert A. Stern. Computing in the Information Age, 2nd Edition
    Computing in the Information Age, 2nd Edition
    Nancy Stern, Robert A. Stern
    Computing in the Information Age 2E is written for people with little or no background in Computing. The objective of this book is to explain computing today in a clear and meaningful way and to focus on those concepts likely to have the greatest impact as we approach the next century and the next phase of the information revolution. The unique applicability of computers to business and to life is demonstrated, the advantage gained by knowing how and when to use computers, and the potential of computers to enrich our life.
  • Provost. Data Science for Business
    Data Science for Business
    Provost
    Data Science for Business
  • Craig Van Slyke, France Belanger. E-Business Technologies : Supporting the Net-Enhanced Organization (The Wiley Series on Net-Enhanced Organizations)
    E-Business Technologies : Supporting the Net-Enhanced Organization (The Wiley Series on Net-Enhanced Organizations)
    Craig Van Slyke, France Belanger

  • Stephen Harwood. ERP: The Implementation Cycle (COMPUTER WEEKLY PROFESSIONAL)
    ERP: The Implementation Cycle (COMPUTER WEEKLY PROFESSIONAL)
    Stephen Harwood
    The ERP implementation cycle is characterized by complexity, uncertainty and a long time-scale. It is about people and issues that affect the business - it is a multi-disciplinary effort. This book will provide you with the practical information you will need in relation to the many issues and events within the implementation cycle. After reading this book you will be fully equipped and alerted to what is involved in an ERP implementation. ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) can be described as an Integrated Enterprise-wide Information System. As well as handling many of the transactions found within a business, it has the potential for meeting many of the information requirements of busy personnel. If used in the right hands, it may provide the business with a competitive edge. However, an ERP application does not just "appear" and everyone starts "using it". A cycle of events can be identified. Much can go wrong during implementation since there are many...
  • Leroy D Brooks. FinGame Online 3.0, Participants Manual
    FinGame Online 3.0, Participants Manual
    Leroy D Brooks
    FinGame Online 3.0 is a comprehensive multiple period finance case/simulation. In the game, students control a hypothetical company over numerous periods of operation. Students have control of major financial and operating decisions of their company. Students develop and enhance skills in financial management, financial accounting statement analysis, and general decision making. Internet access by the instructor and student is required. Students use the FinGame Participant’s Manual for instructionsto operate their company on the Irwin/McGraw-Hill website. The Participant’s Manual includes a password in order to access the website. The Instructor’s Manual is very important and imperative to teaching from FinGame Online 3.0. FinGame Online can be found at www.mhhe.com/fingame.
  • Flight of the Phoenix : Soaring to Success in the 21st Century
    Flight of the Phoenix : Soaring to Success in the 21st Century

  • Detmar Straub. Foundations of Net-Enhanced Organizations (The Wiley Series on Net-Enhanced Organizations)
    Foundations of Net-Enhanced Organizations (The Wiley Series on Net-Enhanced Organizations)
    Detmar Straub

  • James M. Nyce, Paul Kahn. From Memex To Hypertext
    From Memex To Hypertext
    James M. Nyce, Paul Kahn
    Vannevar Bush, the engineer who designed the world's most powerful analog computer, predicted the development of a new kind of computing machine he called Memex. For many computer and information scientists, Bush's Memex has been the prototype for a machine to help people think. This book contains Bush's essays, and original essays by academic and commerical researchers relating the state of art in personal computing, hypertext and information retrieval software to bush's ideas and Memex.
  • Gabriele Piccoli. Information Systems for Managers: Text and Cases
    Information Systems for Managers: Text and Cases
    Gabriele Piccoli
    The two versions of Piccoli: a second edition of "Information Systems for Managers: Text and Cases" and a first edition of a text only version, titled "Essentials of IS for Managers" offer an engaging, non-academic style and actionable frameworks to help readers develop value added IT-dependent strategic initiatives. The version with cases offers an "all in one" book for those who don't want to choose their own cases. Each case has extensive notes prepared by the author to help teach a meaningful course. Part III on "The Strategic use of IS" offers unique and useful frameworks that MBAs will be able to put into practice.
  • Peter Checkland, Sue Holwell. Information, Systems and Information Systems - making sense of the field
    Information, Systems and Information Systems - making sense of the field
    Peter Checkland, Sue Holwell
    Science-based technology helps to shape our lives, and no technology is more powerful in this respect than that associated with information. But the emerging linked fields of information systems and information technology are still in a very confused state. There is a torrent of technical developments but the concepts which bring structure to the field and make sense of it lag behind. This book seeks to dispel that confusion, and aims to make sense of IS and IT as a whole. Conventional theory bears little relation to the experience most people have with computer-based systems in organizations. Based on real-world experiences in both the private and public sectors, this book from Peter Checkland and Sue Holwell tackles the subject afresh. Information, Systems and Information Systems provides a practice-based approach to the thinking needed to underpin provision of information support in organizations. Starting from fundamentals, the book develops a coherent account of the field. The...
  • Jack T. Marchewka, Jack T. Marchewka. Information Technology Project Management
    Information Technology Project Management
    Jack T. Marchewka, Jack T. Marchewka

  • Robert K. Wysocki, James Young. Information Systems: Management Practices in Action
    Information Systems: Management Practices in Action
    Robert K. Wysocki, James Young
    Designed as a supplement to the text Information Systems: Management Principles in Action , this collection of real-world vignettes provides students with challenging applications based on the actual problems faced by information systems managers. The vignettes illustrate complex management problems at the corporate, functional, and end-user levels, most of which center around the evaluation of alternative decisions the information systems manager might make and the consequences of those decisions.Topics include information technology as a competitive weapon, strategic information systems planning, the organizational placement of the information systems department, corporate issues and opportunities, specific duties of the information systems department, organizing the information systems department, and much more.
  • Robert K. Wysocki, James Young. Information Systems: Management Principles in Action
    Information Systems: Management Principles in Action
    Robert K. Wysocki, James Young
    Describes the role of information sytems in business. Internal organization of the information systems department, and current information systems technology and theory are explored, but the emphasis is on real-life management issues. Casebook available.
  • Jack Kanholm. ISO 14001 Documentation, Environmental System Manual and 20 Operational Procedures
    ISO 14001 Documentation, Environmental System Manual and 20 Operational Procedures
    Jack Kanholm
    Template documentation on CD-ROM includes a quality manual, 20 operational procedures and forms. This fully developed, two-level documentation defines a generic ISO 14001 quality system that is simple, natural and free from excessive paperwork. With thousands of passed audits, it also defines the baseline for satisfying ISO 14001 certification requirements. Procedure templates are formatted with title and signature boxes, borders, automatic page numbering and suitable paragraph styles.
  • IT Investment: Making a Business Case (Computer Weekly Professional Series)
    IT Investment: Making a Business Case (Computer Weekly Professional Series)
    Frequently not enough attention is given to producing a comprehensive business case or to producing an economic justification for an information systems investment. In fact many organizations are not clear as to what constitutes a sound business case andhow to go about producing one. This Professional level book for the Computer Weekly Professional Series will show how to go about justification for I.T. spend. This book is designed for all those who are involved in the decision to investin information systems. This book is especially relevant to senior business executives, senior financial managers and IT executives. Business consultants, computer and corporate advisors will also find the ideas and material addressed in this text of particular benefit as will anyone involved in corporate and strategic planning. In addition, senior students such as those working towards their MBAs will find this book of use. A business case is a statement or a...
  • Jay Liebowitz, Lyle C. Wilcox, Lyle Chester Wilcox. Knowledge Management and its Integrative Elements
    Knowledge Management and its Integrative Elements
    Jay Liebowitz, Lyle C. Wilcox, Lyle Chester Wilcox
    Knowledge: In the realm of knowledge management, information plus wisdom equals knowledge. Organizations have found that the knowledge they contain can be one of their most important competitive weaponsDefinition:Knowledge management: The ability of an organization to manage, store, value, and distribute knowledge. Some organizations have created the position of Chief Knowledge Manager (CKM) to handle knowledge management responsibilitiesMany organizations fail to effectively manage and use the most important competitive edge they possess - their knowledge and "intellectual capital." This book covers the entire growing field of knowledge management, with particular emphasis on knowledge-based systems and their use in preserving knowledge in an organization, and integrating it across departments and disciplines.This hands-on guide shows how businesses and other organizations can re-engineer their processes using an applied knowledge-based approach. Each chapter introduces a different...

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