Information Technology & Organizational Performance Research Paper by The Research Group

Information Technology & Organizational Performance
Impact of computer & communications technology on economic & operational results. Broadband & narrowband types, evaluation, expressive systems, examples (focusing on effects on stock brokerage firms).
# 12840 | 4,500 words | 15 sources | 1997 | US
Published on Jun 21, 2003 in Business (Information Mgmt. and Systems) , Economics (Public Finance)


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"IMPACT OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY ON ORGANIZATIONAL PERFORMANCE
Introduction
This research examines the impact of information technology (IT) on organizational performance. IT is defined as computer and communications technology and its applications. Where appropriate, illustrations of the application of IT by investment banking (stock brokerage) firms are provided.

Background
Technological and theoretical innovations ranging from ranging from DNA computing to optical circuitry hold the potential to revolutionize computing in the relatively near future (Glanz, 1995, p. 1363). The combination of more powerful (yet physically smaller and less expensive) computers and innovations in software programming is permitting and will .."

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