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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Bill Gates; Collins Hemingway
|Description:||xxv, 527 p. : ill. ; 20 cm.|
|Contents:||Part 1 Information flow is your lifeblood: manage with the force of facts; can your digital nervous system do this?; create a paperless office. Part 2 Commerce - the Internet changes everything: ride the infectious rocket; the middleman must add value; tougch your customers; adopt the web lifestyle; change the boundaries of business; get to market first. Part 3 Manage knowledge to improve strategic thought: bad news must travel fast; convert bad news to good; know your numbers; shift people into thinking work; raise your corporate IQ; big wins require big risks. Part 4 Bring insight to business operations: develop processes that empower people; information technology enables reengineering; treat IT as a strategic resource. Part 5 Special enterprizes: no health care system is an island; take government to the people; when reflex is a matter of life and death; create connected learning communities. Part 6 Expect the unexpected: prepare for the digital future. Appendix: build digital processes on standards.|
|Responsibility:||Bill Gates with Collins Hemingway.|
"A road map for managers...effectively walks the reader through the business and life improvements the wired world presents....Plenty of specific tips and advice". -- USA Today