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MANAGING GLOBAL INFORMATION SYSTEMS STRATEGY XEROX LTD

@inproceedings{Seltsika2004MANAGINGGI,
  title={MANAGING GLOBAL INFORMATION SYSTEMS STRATEGY XEROX LTD},
  author={Philip Seltsika},
  year={2004}
}
The diversity of Information Management issues and problems that a large multinational company may face are illustrated by showing how Xerox managed IM strategy over a ten year period. Part one of the case study details the IM developments and shows how the Xerox IM team managed by focusing on six areas : Business Processes, Data & Information, Applications, Technology, Organisation, and Human Resources. The problems that Xerox faced in each of these areas are discussed and management’s… 

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