Politics, Accountability, and Information Management

@inproceedings{Rocheleau2009PoliticsAA,
  title={Politics, Accountability, and Information Management},
  author={Bruce Rocheleau},
  year={2009}
}
This chapter provides examples of the politics of managing information in public organizations by studying both its internal and external aspects. Within the organization, politics is involved in structuring decision making, struggles over purchases of hardware and software, interdepartmental sharing of information, and the flow of communications such as e-mail among employees. The chapter analyzes examples of each of these internal aspects of politics. The chapter also discusses evidence… Expand

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