Information Resources Management: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools And Applications, 1st Edition

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  • ISBN-10: 1615209662
  • ISBN-13: 9781615209668
  • DDC: 658.4
  • Grade Level Range: College Freshman - College Senior
  • 2345 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2010 | Published/Released April 2011
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2010

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This work is a comprehensive, four-volume reference addressing major issues, trends, and areas for advancement in information management research, containing chapters investigating human factors in IT management, as well as IT governance, outsourcing, and diffusion.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Editorial Board.
Other Frontmatter.
List of Contributors.
1: Fundamental Concepts and Theories.
2: Building the IT Workforce of the Future: The Demand for More Complex, Abstract, and Strategic Knowledge.
3: Information Technology Portfolio Management: Literature Review, Framework, and Research Issues.
4: Exploring the Knowledge Management Landscape: A Critical Review of Existing Knowledge Management Frameworks.
5: The Adoption of Information Security Management Standards a Literature Review.
6: From Information Management to Knowledge Management.
7: An Overview of Enterprise Resource Planning for Intelligent Enterprises.
8: Understanding Time and Its Relationship to Individual Time Management.
9: Preparedness of Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises to Use Information and Communication Technology as a Strategic Tool.
10: The Business Knowledge and Information Policy Model.
11: From Knowledge to Personal Knowledge Management.
12: Development and Design Methodologies.
13: Developing and Aligning a Knowledge Management Strategy: Towards a Taxonomy and a Framework.
14: Conditions and Key Success Factors for the Management of Communities of Practice.
15: Critical Success Factors in the Development of Folksonomy-Based Knowledge Management Tools.
16: Factors Influencing the Use of Decision Support Tools of Enterprise Resource Planning Systems.
17: Knowledge Appraisal and Knowledge Management Systems: Judging What We Know.
18: Measuring Critical Factors of Software Quality Management: Development and Validation of an Instrument.
19: Organizational Readiness Assessment for Knowledge Management.
20: A Framework for Managing the Life Cycle of Knowledge in Organizations.
21: A Procedure Model for a SOA-Based Integration of Enterprise Systems.
22: Trust-Aware Recommender Systems for Open and Mobile Virtual Communities.
23: Developing Efficient Processes and Process Management in New Business Creation in the ICT-Sector.
24: Enterprise Resource Planning Systems for Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises.
25: Designing Open-Source OMIS Environment for Virtual Teams to Support Inter-Enterprise Collaboration.
26: Integrating Production Planning and Control Business Processes.
27: Using Analytical Hierarchy Process (AHP) to Identify the Relative Importance of the Features Needed for Web-Based Systems Development.
28: Using Organizational Semiotics and Conceptual Graphs in a Two-Step Method for Knowledge Management Process Improvement Measurement.
29: Challenges of Data Management in Always–On Enterprise Information Systems.
30: Integrating Enterprise Systems.
31: Expanding the Strategic Role of Information Interactions in the Enterprise Environment: Developing an Integrated Model.
32: Contributing Knowledge to Knowledge Repositories: Dual Role of Inducement and Opportunity Factors.
33: Business Process Management as a Critical Success Factor in EIS Implementation.
34: Tools and Technologies.
35: The Benefits of Using Technology in Human Resource Management.
36: Knowledge Sharing Tools for IT Project Management.
37: Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Maintenance Metrics for Management.
38: Linking Exploration and Exploitation Capabilities with the Process of Knowledge Development and with Organizational Facilitators1.
39: A Methodology for the Auditing of Technological Knowledge Management.
40: An Alternative Model of Information Security Investment.
41: Facilitating Connected Knowing through Virtual Learning Communities.