Information Systems

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Information Systems

No business in the world exists without using information technology (IT): it is truly pervasive. Our interests focus upon the management processes supporting information systems: we are not technologist but management specialists. We conduct focussed, yet practical, research resulting in understanding which we deliver to organisations through educational 'events'.


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  • Benefits Management: Delivering Value from IS & IT Investments

    By John Ward and Elizabeth Daniel | 10/08/2012

    This book explores a process and practical tools and frameworks to improve the creation of value from investments in information systems (IS), in particular those systems enabled by information technology. The book also serves as a generic text on realizing benefits from any organizational investment.

  • Strategic Planning for Information Systems 3rd Edition

    By John Ward and Joe Peppard | 27/06/2002

    The book presents a tool kit of techniques with which to identify and analyse the business and its environment, and then appropriately devise strategies. It takes the reader through the entire process of developing an IS/IT strategy, including all the elements that need to be considered in an organisational context.

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