Determining Executive Information Requirements : Better , Faster , and Cheaper

@inproceedings{Wetherbe2003DeterminingEI,
  title={Determining Executive Information Requirements : Better , Faster , and Cheaper},
  author={James C. Wetherbe},
  year={2003}
}
Determining management’s information needs is historically one of the most time consuming and errorprone activities in designing and building information systems. Most managers spend half their time obtaining needed information, either informally through meetings, phone conversations, or reading; or formally through organizational computer-based information systems. During this process they have to sift through a great deal of useless information, resulting in “information overload.” The… CONTINUE READING

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