Cases on Information Technology. Lessons Learned by Pamela M. Kalte, Katherine H. Nemeh, Noah Schusterbauer

By Pamela M. Kalte, Katherine H. Nemeh, Noah Schusterbauer

This quantity is the newest addition to the circumstances on details know-how sequence, a sequence which gives a suite of case reports targeting IT implementation in businesses. The circumstances integrated in instances on details know-how: classes discovered, quantity 7 conceal a number of IT tasks, together with firm platforms, instant applied sciences, rebuilding working structures after destruction, and implementation inside non-profit firms. every one case comprises necessary information about businesses operating with IT, together with key participants concerned, clever steps taken or maybe ignored, and the ultimate venture results. This quantity comes in handy to IT managers and researchers, because it describes a variety of eventualities of IT implementation and in addition unlucky downfalls. utilizing the real-life events as facilitators for school room dialogue, professors and scholars gain to boot from this choice of instances.

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She even served as a bereavement support facilitator. As Tucker and Powell studied the Center, they kept thinking about what they would put into their final report of recommendations, and what kinds of reactions they would receive. The Center, as an organization with a small staff and limited resources, was acting as an “adopter” of technology; that is, the type of organization that is simply operating in a survival mode and “making do” with existing technology (Fried, 1995). A major challenge facing many consultants working with non-profits is that they encounter a culture where non-profits shortchange themselves on technological resources, so that they can devote most of their resources to the primary mission (McCarthy, 2003).

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