Emerging Information Resources Management and Technologies, 1st Edition

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  • ISBN-10: 1599042886
  • ISBN-13: 9781599042886
  • Grade Level Range: College Freshman - College Senior
  • 300 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2007 | Published/Released March 2007
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2007

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In the time of constant technological and managerial advancement, firms of the 21st century are faced with an ongoing quest for implementing more effective strategies and methodologies to remain at the apex of the information resources management industry. Researchers and pioneers of academia incessantly delve into potential solutions to increase efficacy within technological and information resources management, as well as identify the emerging technologies and trends. Emerging Information Resources Management and Technologies supplies the industry leaders, practicing managers, researchers, experts, and educators with the most current findings on undertaking the operation of the latest information technology reforms, developments, and changes. Emerging Information Resources Management and Technologies presents the issues facing modern organizations and provides the most recent strategies in overcoming the obstacles of the ever-evolving information management and utilization industry.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Advances in Information Resources Management Series.
Emerging Information Resources Management and Technologies: Table of Contents.
1: The Relevance of Learning Processes for IT Implementation.
2: Salary Differences Between Male and Female Software Developers.
3: Exploring the Effectiveness of Information Security Policies.
4: Competing in the Marketplace: Incorporating Online Education into Higher Education: An Organizational Perspective.
5: Determinant of Information Quality and Use of Executive Information Systems (EIS) in UK.
6: Evidence of Compensatory Adaptation to Unnatural Media in a Field Study of Process Redesign Dyads.
7: Information Technology as a Target, Shield, and Weapon in the Post-9/11 Environment.
8: An Extended Trust Building Model: Comparing Experiential and Non-Experiential Factors.
9: A Question of Timing: Information Acquisition and Group Decision Making Performance1.
10: Progress in Internet Privacy Policies: A Review and Survey of U.S. Companies from 1998 Through 2006.
11: The Relationship of Strategic Intent to the Enablers and Inhibitors of E-Business Adoption in SMEs.
12: Understanding Web Site Usability: The Influence of Web Site Design Parameters.
13: Breaking Out of Lock-In: Insights from Case Studies into Ways to Up the Value Ladder for Indian Software SMEs.
14: Comparing Expert Systems and Agent Technology for KM.
About the Editor.
About the Authors.