Managing Information Systems: Strategy and Organisation

Managing Information Systems: Strategy and Organisation


By (author) David Boddy, By (author) Albert Boonstra, By (author) Graham Kennedy


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  • Format: Paperback | 336 pages
  • Dimensions: 188mm x 244mm x 18mm | 640g
  • Publication date: 31 January 2009
  • Publication City/Country: Harlow
  • ISBN 10: 0273716816
  • ISBN 13: 9780273716815
  • Edition: 3, Revised
  • Edition statement: 3rd Revised edition
  • Sales rank: 275,826

Product description

Management Information Systemstakes a management perspective towards IS identifiing the issues of organisation and strategy that managers face as they decide how to respond to technological opportunities. The book draws on extensive research to present a distinct organisational perspective on the management of information systems, following the argument that managing successive IS projects as part of a coherent organisational process (rather than as isolated technological events) will produce an information system that enhances broader strategy. The book also includes many case studies which will enable readers to understand and resolve practical and strategic IS challenges.It is written for students on undergraduate and postgraduate degree programmes, or undertaking professional qualifications.  

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Author information

David Boddy is a Research Fellow at the School of Business & Management, University of Glasgow. He is author of two other books published by Pearson Education: Management, an Introduction (2007) and Managing Projects (2002).

Table of contents

Part 1: Foundations1: Learning Objectives Introduction2: Emerging technologies for information systems3: Social contexts of information servicesPart 2: Strategy4: Using information systems to reinvent strategy5: Using IS to rethink business processesPart 3: Organisation6: Cultures, structures and politics7: Organising and positioning IS activities8: People and information servicesPart 4: Implementation9: Managing implementation10: The costs and benefits of IS