Investing in information : the information management body of knowledge
Bytheway, Andrew J.
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This text is a guide to established and current thinking about how to get the best out of information technology and information systems investments. It relies on actual experience as well as research outputs from universities and business schools, but strives to be practical in the way the material is presented. It is intended for working professionals, in all disciplines that involve the management of information, as well as for students. It differs from other books because it deals with a complex domain in a reflective rather than a descriptive way, and it organises the approach to information management in six stages, from simple consideration of information technology right through to issues of organisational strategy. These six stages exactly parallel six areas of management competency required to reliably deliver value.