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Reinventing the IT department

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by
Butterworth-Heinemann , Oxford, Boston
Information technology., Electronic data processing departments -- Manage
StatementTerry White.
SeriesComputer weekly professional series
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHD30.2 .W47 2001
The Physical Object
Paginationxv, 356 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3972217M
ISBN 100750648627
LC Control Number2001281318
OCLC/WorldCa46810799

His last book was titled: "Reinventing the IT department" and he has given seminars and workshops and consulted widely on this topic.

Terry consults to large organisations on business strategy, strategic information management and IT by: 2. 'Reinventing the Information Technology Department' is both anecdotal and informal but deals with a subject which is of vital interest to Chief Information Officers and IT Managers, addressing questions such as: * How does the IT department keep pace with business change.

* How do we provide stable and responsive IT platforms. His last book was titled: "Reinventing the IT department" and he has given seminars and workshops and consulted widely on this topic. Terry consults to large organisations on business strategy, strategic information management and IT cturer: Routledge.

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'Reinventing the Information Technology Department' is both anecdotal and informal but deals with a subject which is of vital interest to Chief Information Officers and IT Managers, addressing questions such as: * How does the IT department keep pace with business change.

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