Executive Summary In search of better, more cost effective ways to deliver instruction and training, universities and corporations have expanded their use of e-learning. Although several studies suggest that online education and blended instruction (a " blend " of online and traditional approaches) can be as effective as traditional classroom models, few… (More)
As Table 1 shows, there is much more to competitive intelligence than just market research. The word assessment suggests an ongoing process using a variety of information streams and data gathering techniques including psychological profiling and new technology evaluation. This process helps decision makers better understand the development of their… (More)
As information technology evolves, it continues to raise new ethical challenges. In recognition of this, the business and academic communities have focused increased attention on ethics. Professional codes of ethics have been enacted by the ACM, AITP, and other computing organizations to provide guidance to information systems (IS) professionals in… (More)
professional expertise includes the management of information assets, information systems development and maintenance, change management and technology transfer, project management, and information systems assessment and benchmarking. He has published dozens of journal articles and his work has appeared in the Abstract Many organizations have made… (More)
Beyond communications, interpersonal, and leadership skills, there's another `non-technical skill' fundamental to success in IT.