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Managing and Using Information Systems: A Strategic Approach
This brief, but complete, paperback builds a basic framework for the relationships among business strategy, information systems, and organizational strategies. Readers will learn how IT relate toExpand
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Two Cheers for the Virtual Office
Technology has made it possible to redefine where work is done. The "virtual office" offers companies and their workers many benefits: lower real estate costs, higher productivity, and increasedExpand
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There's no place like home: Managing telecommuting paradoxes
Executive Overview Telecommuting has been around as a concept since the early 1970s. But the phenomenon has not caught on as fast as researchers projected, in part because of the inherent paradoxesExpand
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Managing and Using Information Systems
Information Systems: A Strategic Approach gives students the insights and knowledge they need to become active participants in information systems decisions. Expand
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Assessing technological barriers to telemedicine: technology-management implications
Telemedicine, the use of information technology to deliver health care from one location to another, has the potential to increase the quality and access to health care and to lower costs. ThisExpand
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Zero Time: Providing Instant Customer Value - Every Time, All the Time!
Crossing the Chasm. The Quest. Closing Value Gaps: Instant Value Alignment. FedEx: An Instant Value Alignment Company. Closing Learning Gaps: Instant Learning. Dell Computer Corporation: An InstantExpand
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Computationally modeling organizational learning and adaptability as resource allocation: An artificial adaptive systems approach
A framework for and a computational model of organizational behavior based on an artificial adaptive system (AAS) is presented. Expand
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Title: Zero Time TM : A Conceptual Architecture for 21st Century Enterprises
Discusses Zero Time, or manipulating time as an independent variable, as critical to any enterprise’s success in the 21st Century. Discusses five disciplines of a Zero Time organization (customerExpand
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Telemedicine: a virtual collaboration perspective
A conceptual framework of telemedicine as virtual collaboration, drawn from research and literature from information systems, management, and health care, is presented. The framework includedExpand
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Zero Time™: A Conceptual Architecture for 21 st Century Enterprises
The digital economy has changed the ground rules; now the norm is change and winning is achieved through speed. We used to think that satisfying customers meant simply providing the best product orExpand
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