Information systems: Crossroads for organization, management, accounting and engineering: ItAIS: The Italian Association for Information Systems

Marco De Marco, Dov Te'eni, Valentina Albano, Stefano Za

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Abstract

This book examines a wide range of issues that characterize the current IT based innovation trends in organizations. It contains a collection of research papers focusing on themes of growing interest in the field of Information Systems, Organization Studies, Management, Accounting and Engineering. The book offers a multidisciplinary view on Information Systems with the aim of disseminating academic knowledge. It would be particularly relevant to IT practitioners such as information systems managers and IT consultants. The 12 sections cover a broad spectrum of topics including: eServices in Public and Private Sectors; Organizational Change and the Impact of ICT in Public and Private Sectors; Information and Knowledge Management; Human-Computer Interaction; Information Systems, Innovation Transfer, and New Business Models; Business Intelligence Systems, their Strategic Role and Organizational Impacts; New Ways to Work and Interact with the Internet; IS, IT and Security; Blending Design and Behavioral Research in Information Systems; Professional Skills, Certification of Curricula, Online Education and Communities; IS Design, IS Development, Metrics and Compliance; ICT4LAW: Information and communication technologies to help firms, public administrations, legislators and citizens to operate in a highly regulated world. The content of each section is based on a selection of original double-blind peer reviewed contributions.

Original languageEnglish
PublisherPhysica-Verlag
Number of pages578
Volume9783790827897
ISBN (Electronic)9783790827897
ISBN (Print)9783790827880
DOIs
StatePublished - 14 Jun 2012

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