Social, Managerial, and Organizational Dimensions of Enterprise Information Systems, 1st Edition

  • Maria Manuela Cruz-Cunha
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  • ISBN-10: 1605668575
  • ISBN-13: 9781605668574
  • Grade Level Range: College Freshman - College Senior
  • 318 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2009 | Published/Released April 2010
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2009

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Overview

Enterprise information systems touch every process of an organization as new functionalities in previously existing and upcoming solutions are created every day. "Social, Managerial, and Organizational Dimensions of Enterprise Information Systems" discusses the technological developments, main issues, challenges, opportunities, and trends impacting every part of small to medium sized enterprises. A leading resource for academicians, managers, and researchers, this advanced publication provides an integrated and progressive view into the benefits and applications of enterprise information systems.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Editorial Page.
Table of Contents.
Detailed Table of Contents.
Preface.
Acknowledgment.
1: Models, Applications and Solutions.
2: The Enterprise Systems Approach.
3: Modeling Software Development Processes.
4: People–Oriented Enterprise Information Systems.
5: Doing Business on the Globalised Networked Economy: Technology and Business Challenges for Accounting Information Systems.
6: Recent Developments in Supplier Selection and Order Allocation Process.
7: Complex Information Technology-Intensive Firms: A New Paradigmatic Firm-Theoretical Imperative! (Or a Pragmatically Impractical Interpretation of the Nature of the Virtualized Firm?).
8: A Methodology for the Auditing of Technological Knowledge Management.
9: E-CRM and CMS Systems: Potential for More Dynamic Businesses.
10: Integrating Production Planning and Control Business Processes.
11: Environments for Virtual Enterprise Integration.
12: Supporting Technologies and Tools.
13: Tool-Support for Software Development Processes.
14: Enterprise Tomography: An Efficient Approach for Semi-Automatic Localization of Integration Concepts in VLBAs.
15: Workflow as a Tool in the Development of Information Systems.
16: Designing Open–Source OMIS Environment for Virtual Teams to Support Inter–Enterprise Collaboration.
17: Information Systems Planning in Web 2.0 Era: A New Model Approach.
18: Managerial and Organizational Issues.
19: Identifying and Managing Stakeholders in Enterprise Information System Projects.
20: Industrialism: Reduction Either Complexity Patterns.
21: Enterprise Modelling in Support of Organisation Design and Change.
22: Communication in the Manufacturing Industry: An Empirical Study of the Management of Engineering Drawing in a Shipyard.
23: Preconditions for Requisite Holism of Information Bases for the Invention-Innovation Process Management.
24: Exploring Enterprise Information Systems.
25: Critical Success Factors and Case Studies.
26: Enterprise Information Systems: Two Case Studies.
27: Modern ICT Technologies In Business Administration: The Case of the DERN Project for a Digital Enterprise Research Network.
28: Motivations and Trends for IT/ IS Adoption: Insights from Portuguese Companies.
29: Semantic Web Based Integration of Knowledge Resources for Expertise Finding.
Compilation of References.
About the Contributors.
Index.