Part 3: Implementation of IT - from the laboratory to practice
This article deals with a number of classic problems arising in the implementation of information technology and, more specifically, the decision-making process.
This article is the third in a series dealing with the issue of managing change in organizations. This article deals with a number of classic problems arising in the implementation of information technology and, more specifically, the decision-making process.
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| Manage your name brand - this article provides 25 ways with examples to distinguish yourself in a crowded "marketplace."
| This article presents an analytical framework that explains how IT-enabled change can be driven in practice - this research addresses exactly what it is that managers must do to successfully lead IT-enabled change.
| This paper discusses ways to change employee attitudes and behavior to drive successful change. An excellent discussion for a CIO who is constantly shepherding change - now, drive it to better outcomes.
| This second article addresses the choice of a strategy for change among those available to management.
Posted on 03/24/2009 by