Information Technology and Innovation Trends in Organizations
ItAIS: The Italian Association for Information Systems
D'Atri, A., Ferrara, M., George, J.F., Spagnoletti, P. (Eds.)
2011, XVI, 530 p.
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It offers a multi-disciplinary view on Information Systems
Is based on a selection of original double blind peer reviewed contributions
Provides an overview on current research issues in the Information Systems domain
The book examines a wide range of issues that characterize the current IT based innovation trends in organisations. It contains a collection of research papers focusing on themes of growing interest in the field of Information System, Organization Studies, and Management. The book offers a multi-disciplinary view on Information Systems aiming to disseminate academic knowledge. It might be particularly relevant to IT practitioners such as information systems managers, business managers and IT consultants. The volume is divided into XIV sections, each one focusing on a specific theme. A preface written by Joey George, president of the Association for Information Systems opens the text. The content of each section is based on a selection of the best papers (original double blind peer reviewed contributions) presented at the annual conference of the Italian chapter of AIS, which has been held in Naples, Italy, on October 2010.
Content Level »Research
Keywords »Information Management - Information Systems - Management of Information Systems - Organisations and IT - People and Technology