Interpreting Information Systems in Organizations
by Geoff Walsham
Publisher: The Global Text Project 2011
Number of pages: 151
A coherent integrated source for an interpretive approach to understanding information systems in organizations to aid readers in their own processes of defining computer systems. Examines four major IS issues -- strategy, evaluation, design and development, implementation. Features in-depth case studies to illustrate key points.
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