Computing Information Technology: The Human Side

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Steven R. Gordon
Idea Group Inc (IGI), Jan 1, 2003 - Business & Economics - 308 pages
IT influence is being felt throughout modern organizations, from the senior management level to various clerical and support group levels. As IT has grown in sophistication along a broad range of technical aspects and features, organizational personnel have witnessed changes in organizational life and ways of doing business that have transformed their thinking about what it means to contribute effectively and efficiently to the well-being of their organizations. IT has influenced organizational strategy making, has altered organizational structures and cultures, has reshaped organizational communication and learning and has changed management thinking about organizational design. Computing Information Technology: The Human Side addresses both the pitfalls and triumphs of implementing information technology into organizations.
 

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Dr. Steven Gordon is a professor of math and science at Babson College. He lives in Babson Park, Massachusetts.

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