Global Management of Information Systems
An exploration of the organizational and technical issues of significance in the international or global management of information systems.
# 112889 | 3,522 words | 17 sources | APA | 2009 |
Published on Mar 11, 2009 in Business (International) , Business (Management) , Computer and Technology (Internet)
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The paper examines the range of problems associated with the international or global management of information systems, including language and cross-cultural issues, system integration and managing information resources and technologies for developing systems. The paper also addresses organizational change issues that may emerge following the adoption of new information technology systems. The paper concludes that a thoughtful, carefully considered approach and a relentless drive to keep pace with change are necessary for a company to effectively manage and integrate IT systems today.
Review and Discussion
Review and Discussion
From the Paper:"The increasingly dynamic and fast-paced advancement of information technology is rapidly changing the business world. In this environment, identifying organizational and technical issues of significance in the international or global management of information systems has assumed new importance and relevance for businesses of all types and sizes. Indeed, small- to medium-sized enterprises today can compete all virtually equal footing with their larger counterparts as they expand their operations worldwide thanks to the Internet and computer-based applications. Nevertheless, there are some profound challenges involved in keeping pace with the rate of change and in integrating legacy computer systems with more sophisticated applications as they are introduced."
Sample of Sources Used:
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