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- World Scientific Publishing Company 2009; US$ 88.00
This book is the first publication that combines the principles of business process management with strategic IT planning; the result being a groundbreaking work on strategic IT and process planning. While Breakthrough Strategic IT and Process Planning focuses on the real world of organizations, extensive treatment is also devoted to the politics of... more...
- Taylor and Francis 2007; US$ 97.95
The challenge of managing projects is to combine the technology of the future with lessons from the past. In the Third Edition of Project Management for the 21st Century , noted authors Bennet Lientz and Kathryn Rea provide a modern, proven approach to project management. Properly applied without massive administrative overhead, project management... more...
- Taylor and Francis 2012; US$ 76.95
'International Project Management' provides specific guidelines for achieving greater project success. It is the result of 15 years of work on international projects by the authors across various project areas and industries. The authors address a need for modern techniques in project management geared and suited to international projects. They offer... more...
- Taylor and Francis 2009; US$ 83.95
Implementing e-business requires a dynamic approach that can respond to changes in technology, management direction, customer and supplier behavior, and competition. Many traditional project management methods don't work with e-business. This book presents proven real world management methods that are adaptive, dynamic, and flexible in an e-business... more...
- Taylor and Francis 2009; US$ 88.95
E-business occurs when a company has established critical business procedures and activities to support e-commerce transactions. Using this definition, e-commerce is part of e-business--a company needs e-commerce to implement e-business. Utilizing e-commerce, however, does not mean that a company has transformed into an e-business. E-business is implemented... more...
- Taylor and Francis 2009; US$ 90.00
Methods of improving business processes are developed on an ongoing basis, but few are successful. Common problems encountered include the failure of processes to meet expectations and the inability to sustain or replicate these business processes. Involvement of personnel at grassroots level, as well as at management level, is essential in implementing... more...
- Taylor and Francis 2012; US$ 83.95
Surveys indicate that many E-Business efforts either fail or disrupt the basic business processes and transactions. E-Business is sometimes not aligned with the business or IT. Vague vision statements are not translated into specific actions related to E- Business. It is because of these factors that Transform Your Business into e was written. The... more...
- Taylor and Francis 2012; US$ 76.95
Many IT projects fail to deliver the benefits to the business that were promised. Yet IT managers and staff work hard to meet the needs of the business: Systems are put in place; network operations are reliable and stable. The cause is usually a misalignment of IT with the business. In this book, Bennet Lientz and Lee Larssen present over 200 specific,... more...
- Taylor and Francis 2006; US$ 72.95
The rate of failure of IT projects has remained little changed in survey after survey over the past 15-20 years?over 40-50%. This has happened in spite of new technology, innovative methods and tools, and different management methods. Why does this happen? Why can?t the situation be better? One reason is that many think of each IT effort as unique.... more...