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Business Strategies for Information Technology Management

Business Strategies for Information Technology Management
Author(s)/Editor(s): Kalle Kangas (Turku School of Economics and Business Administration, Finland)
Copyright: ©2003
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-931777-45-2
ISBN13: 9781931777452
ISBN10: 1931777454
EISBN13: 9781931777612


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Business Strategies for Information Technology Management presents the theoretical and empirical research on the business value of information technology, as well as the use of management of information technology for increasing organizational performance and gaining strategic advantages. The betterment of information technology payoff and information systems practice as well as how to link business opportunities to information technology and implementation management are also presented.

Author's/Editor's Biography

Kalle Kangas (Ed.)
Kalle Kangas is currently a professor of Information Systems Science at the Pori Unit of Turku School of Economics and Business Administration in Finland. He has extensive industrial experience in company-to-company sales and contracting in Finland and in the Middle East. His current research focuses on IT package implementation in conglomerates, information technology in global enterprises, information technology and economics in transitional countries, as well as economics of electronic business, and web-based learning and teaching. He has been the IRMA world representative for Finland since 1997, and vice president of the Global Information Technology Management Association (GITMA). He is also on the editorial review board of several leading IT journals, and general chair and member of the program committees for several acknowledged conferences in the field of Information Resources Management.


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