Global Perspective of Information Technology Management provides a collection of research works that address relevant IT management issues from a global perspective. As the world economy becomes more interdependent and competition for business continues to be more globally oriented, it has, likewise, become necessary to address the issues of IT management from a broader global focus.
A matchless compendium on this topic for reference collections in libraries worldwide, Global Information Technologies: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications provides a critical mass of knowledge to fuel the future work of researchers, academicians and practitioners in a variety of fields that engage with the implications of global information technology.
Global Diffusion and Adoption of Technologies for Knowledge and Information Sharing provides diverse insights from researchers and practitioners around the world to offer their knowledge on the comparisons of international enterprises. This book is useful to managers and practitioners to improve business practices and keep an open dialogue about global information management.
International Comparisons of Information Communication Technologies: Advancing Applications offers perspectives on international information management with particular emphasis on the strategies for the implementation and application of information technology in developed and developing countries. This collection of global research offers perspectives for researchers and managers interested in learning about new and emerging business practices and their impact on business performance.
*Note: This book is part of a new series entitled “Advanced Topics in Global Information Management”. This book is Volume One within this series (Vol. I, 2002).