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Place of information technology in management and business / Ben-Zion Barta.

By: Barta, Ben-Zion.
Contributor(s): Juliff, Peter | Tatnall, Arthur.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: London : Springer, 1997Edition: 1st ed.Description: 240 p. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 041279960X; 9780412799600.Subject(s): Computing: Professional & Programming | Computing & information technology | Computer Science | Computers : Information Technology | Information technologyDDC classification: 658 Online resources: Amazon.com | Amazon customer reviews Summary: The education of managers at undergraduate, poatgraduate and professional levels must take recognition of their need to understand the impact of information technology on the practice of their profession. Furthermore it should seek to educate and to provide the knowledge needed for these people to plan for, and adopt IT techniques in business and management. Computer-based management information systems provide not merely a passive means of retrieving and presenting information, but rather an active enabling technology which redefines the role of the manager. This book will examine the relationship between management, business and information technology and, in particular, the impact of that relationship on those responsible for the design and delivery of education programmes at all levels.
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The education of managers at undergraduate, poatgraduate and professional levels must take recognition of their need to understand the impact of information technology on the practice of their profession. Furthermore it should seek to educate and to provide the knowledge needed for these people to plan for, and adopt IT techniques in business and management. Computer-based management information systems provide not merely a passive means of retrieving and presenting information, but rather an active enabling technology which redefines the role of the manager. This book will examine the relationship between management, business and information technology and, in particular, the impact of that relationship on those responsible for the design and delivery of education programmes at all levels.

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