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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Nada Kakabadse; Andrew Kakabadse
|Description:||xix, 379 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm|
|Contents:||Information rich versus information poor - issues for public policy; information technology's impact on quality of democracy - a philosophical and administrative framework; information technology for public sector in developing countries - designing relevant infra-structural capability or new colonialism?; information technology - enabled communication and organizational effectiveness; current trends in Internet use - e-communication, e-information and e-commerce; knowledge management - understanding and praxis; decentralized, interactive and available - fundamental changes of IS/IT professionals; "profession" and professional ethics - an IT perspective; leadership determinants for effective IS/IT adoption; technostress - over identification with information technology and its impact on employees and managerial effectiveness.|
|Responsibility:||Nada K. Kakabadse and Andrew K. Kakabadse.|