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Macmillan Higher Education Palgrave Higher Education

Managing Information in Organizations

A Practical Guide to Implementing an Information Management Strategy

ISBN 9780230298842
Publication Date May 2014
Formats Paperback Ebook 
Publisher Palgrave

New core text for Managing Information modules examining the issue of information management from both a business and an IT perspective. Grounded in the theory, it takes a practical, problem-solving approach that provides students with tools and insights to understand how to formulate and implement information management strategies.

Sharon Cox is a Professor of Information Systems at Birmingham City University, UK.

1. Organizational Context of Information
2. Role of Information Systems in Organizations
3. Role of Information Technology in Managing Information
4. Role of Business in Information Management
5. Information Management and Governance
6. Information Management Strategy
7. Improving Information Access
8. Improving Information Consistency
9. Organizational Change
10. Information in E-Business
11. Changing Information Systems
12. Changing Information Technology
13. Technological Themes
14. Business Themes
15. Information Themes
16. Future of Information Management.

Reviews

A very readable text that focuses on information itself, which is often neglected, and it makes a very good case for managers to recognise how important this is.' - Martin Rich, Cass Business School, City University London, UK 'An extremely thorough approach that blends the technological component of the topic with the management perspective. I would happily point my students towards this book as a core text with currency and clarity.' – Hugh Preston, Aberystwyth University, UK'I cannot wait to use this text. It teaches the fundamentals of information management and deals with the challenges that confront organisations with depth and in a holistic manner. I highly recommend it as a must-read.' - Louis Spring, University of Westminster, UK and London South Bank University, UK'This book is a welcome addition to the information management world that puts information, rather than technology or systems, at the heart of its approach. This is increasingly the modern and relevant way. Thus, many traditional aspects are covered but from a different perspective, as well as many new and important elements, all capably structured and integrated. This book should be highly relevant for students and information practitioners, as well as being essential reading for general management, that increasingly has to deal with information, and indeed the problems posed by the poor management of information, in organisations.' - Guy Fitzgerald, Loughborough University, UK
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