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Management of Information Technology

Management of Information Technology - 4th edition

Management of Information Technology - 4th edition

ISBN13: 9780619034177

ISBN10: 0619034173

Management of Information Technology by Carroll Frenzel - ISBN 9780619034177
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Edition: 4TH 04
Copyright: 2004
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Management of Information Technology by Carroll Frenzel - ISBN 9780619034177

ISBN13: 9780619034177

ISBN10: 0619034173

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Edition: 4TH 04

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Summary

A comprehensive text focused on the fundamental principles and practices necessary for managers to succeed in modern information-centric organizations.

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  • NEW! Discusses IT management basics like strategizing, planning, executing, and controlling in today's communication intensive world
  • NEW! Explores technology trends, information delivery systems, legislative actions, and industry dynamics important to IT managers
  • NEW! Describes methods and practices for developing and managing portfolios of large, valuable e-business application program assets
  • NEW! Teaches superior practices for managing critical e-business systems in centralized, distributed, and outsourced environments.
  • NEW! Teaches how high-performance managers restructure operations, introduce technology, and manage people with sensitivity and skill.

Author Bio

Frenzel, Carroll W : University of Colorado at Boulder

Table of Contents

Table of Contents

Part I: Foundations of IT Management

Chapter 1: Management in the Information Age
Chapter 2: Information Technology's Strategic Importance
Chapter 3: Developing the Organization's IT Strategy
Chapter 4: Information Technology Planning

Part II: Technology, Legislative, and Industry Trends

Chapter 5: Technology Trends
Chapter 6: Modern Telecommunications Systems
Chapter 7: Legislative and Industry Trends

Part III: Managing Software Applications

Chapter 8: Managing Application Portfolios
Chapter 9: Managing Application Development
Chapter 10: Acquiring Software Applications
Chapter 11: Managing Network Applications

Part IV: Superior Practices in Managing Systems

Chapter 12: Developing and Managing Customer Expectations
Chapter 13: Managing Computing and Data Resources
Chapter 14: Managing Network Applications
Chapter 15: Managing Networks

Part V: Controlling Information Resources

Chapter 16: Measuring IT Investments and Their Returns
Chapter 17: IT Controls and Asset Protection

Part VI: Preparing for IT Advances

Chapter 18: People, Organizations, and Management Systems
Chapter 19: The Chief Information Officer's Role

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