LEARNING WITH INFORMATION SYSTEMS LEARNING CYCLES IN INFORMATION SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT ROUTLEDGE RESEARCH IN INFORMATION SYSTEMS

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Learning With Information Systems

Author : Simon Bell
ISBN : 9781134845217
Genre : Education
File Size : 66.39 MB
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In Learning with Information Systems the author takes the developing world as the context and through a series of case studies develops a commonly used systems analysis methodology. He demonstrates how this methodology can evolve and adapt as new ideas become prominent. Issues of sustainability of information systems, participation in systems design and user ownership of systems are all examined. This book does not attempt to be prescriptive for all contexts nor does it focus on any particular technology. It addresses the essential questions and promises practical approaches which will help in the avoidance of the worst forms of disaster associated with the planning of information systems for developing countries.
Category: Education

How To Set Up Information Systems

Author : Simon Bell
ISBN : 9781136563935
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 33.8 MB
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First Published in 2003. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Category: Business & Economics

Information Systems Action Research

Author : Ned Kock
ISBN : 9780387360607
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 39.74 MB
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This book uses action research to conduct research activities in information technology and systems. It covers the methodological issues that arise when action research methods are conducted, provides examples of action research in practice, and summarizes the philosophical foundations of action research and its application as a methodology in Information Systems research and research programs.
Category: Business & Economics

Review 1995 97

Author : Open University. Development Policy and Practice Research Group
ISBN : CORNELL:31924086638289
Genre : Business & Economics
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Category: Business & Economics

Information Systems Strategic Management

Author : Senior Research Fellow Centre for Applied Philosophy and Public Ethics Research Fellow Oxford Uehiro Centre for Practical Ethics Faculty of Philosophy University of Oxford Steve Clarke
ISBN : 9781134631650
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 58.23 MB
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This comprehensive guide to the strategic management of information systems within business and public sector organizations integrates the two, often disparate, domains of strategic management and information systems. Focusing on managing information systems within a broader organizational context, it covers key issues such as: * corporate strategy * information systems strategy from both practical and theoretical perspectives * contemporary information systems strategic issues * the technical versus social debate in information systems strategy * ways forward for the application of strategic thinking. With strong pedagogical features and lecturer aids, this useful guide will be a valuable resource for undergraduates in the fields of business, management and information systems.
Category: Business & Economics

Technocities

Author : John Downey
ISBN : 0761955550
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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It is widely claimed that information and communication technologies are transforming urban life and bringing about rapid economic and cultural globalization. This book explores the issues involved in urban planning in relation to computer-mediated communications and cyberspace, including urban planning, virtual and actual cities, and gender and the Internet. Running throughout is a tension between optimistic and pessimistic scenarios for the technocity. The authors address a complex set of questions, and move beyond the usual images of technological heaven and hell, and technophilia and technophobia, to bring together a number of differently informed approaches, to make sense of a field of dynamic and contradictory forces. (Adapté du résumé de l'éditeur).
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines