Information Technology for Management
by Henry C. Lucas
Publisher: McGraw-Hill/Irwin 2009
Number of pages: 752
Information Technology for Management prepares students how to take an active role in the design, use, and management of information systems and technology by providing a broad treatment of issues relating to an organization, the technology used, and how systems are developed. The main focus deals with applying technology in an organization or transforming existing systems with the use of information technology.
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