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by Peter G. W Keen

eBook Every manager's guide to information technology: A glossary of key terms and concepts for today's business leader download ISBN: 0875843093
Author: Peter G. W Keen
Publisher: Harvard Business School Press (1991)
Language: English
Pages: 170
ePub: 1948 kb
Fb2: 1396 kb
Rating: 4.3
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Category: Technologies
Subcategory: Business Technology

Explains terms and concepts from adapter cards and business television to videoconferencing and wide area networks

Explains terms and concepts from adapter cards and business television to videoconferencing and wide area networks. The idea behind this book is that if you look up one term in the glossary (95% of this book is a glossary) at the end of the entry for the term you looked up there is a list of additional terms to cross reference for a more in-depth understanding of the concepts presented. For example: You can look up EDI or Electronic Data Interchange. It will cross reference you to an entry for "PLATFORM". You can look up the term "Architecture" and it will also cross reference and guide you to read the entry for "PLATFORM".

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Start by marking Every Manager's Guide to Information Technology: A Glossary of Key Terms and Concepts for Today's Business Leader as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Includes an introductory essay that gives an excellent overview of information technology in the organization.

Includes definitions for 150 basic terms. But what happens when every company becomes as lean as can be? There is no better laboratory in which to study such a situation than Japan, where organizational structure epitomizes leanness.

Designed for every businessperson who wants to understand how information technology is used in business today. Not an exhaustive or comprehensive list, but a selective guide to 150 key terms & concepts.

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Comments: (3)
huckman
Good info for no tech people on committee
Whitesmasher
Mr. Keen's idea for the format of this book is good and the front cover tauts 40 additional new terms that were not included in the First Edition.

The idea behind this book is that if you look up one term in the glossary (95% of this book is a glossary) at the end of the entry for the term you looked up there is a list of additional terms to cross reference for a more in-depth understanding of the concepts presented.

For example: You can look up EDI or Electronic Data Interchange. It will cross reference you to an entry for "PLATFORM". You can look up the term "Architecture" and it will also cross reference and guide you to read the entry for "PLATFORM". You can look up the term "Network" and it will also instruct you to cross reference the listing for the term, "PLATFORM".

HOWEVER, WHEN YOU GO TO LOOK UP "PLATFORM", IT IS NOT LISTED ANYWHERE IN THE BOOK! IT IS ALSO NOT INCLUDED IN THE INDEX. The copy editors get paid big bucks to check out this kind of thing and they totally blew it!..Especially, Harvard Business School Press as the publisher should know better. You can expect this kind of thing to happen with the first edition must it should not happen in the 2nd edition.
Arador
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