For sophomore, junior, senior, and MBA-level MIS and Information Systems courses. These authoritative authors continue to define the MIS course by integrating coverage of essential new technologies, their applications, and their impact on managerial decisions.
Jane Price Laudon has taught at Columbia University and the New York University Graduate School of Business.
Table of Contents
Part I: Organizations, Management and the Networked Enterprise Chapter 1: Managing the Digital Firm Chapter 2: Information Systems in the Enterprise Chapter 3: Information Systems: Organizations, Management, and Strategy Chapter 4: The Digital Firm: Electronic Business and Electronic Commerce Chapter 5: Ethical and Social Issues in the Digital Firm Part I Project: Analyzing Business Processes for an Enterprise System Part II: Information Technology Infrastructure Chapter 6: IT Infrastructure and Platforms Chapter 7: Managing Data Resources Chapter 8: Telecommunications, Networks and the Internet Chapter 9: The Wireless Revolution Chapter 10: Informations Systems Security and Control Part II Project: Creating a New Internet Business Part III: Organizational and Management Support Systems for the Digital Firm Chapter 11: Enterprise Applications and Business Process Integration Chapter 12: Managing Knowledge in the Digital Firm Chapter 13: Enhancing Decision Making in the Digital Firm Part III Project: Designing an Enterprise Information Portal Part IV: Building and Managing Information Systems Chapter 14: Redesigning the Organization with Information Systems Chapter 15: Understanding the Business Value of Systems and Managing Change Chapter 16: Managing Global Systems Part IV Project: Redesigning Business Processes for Healthlite Yogurt Company '†’ International Case Studies '†’ Hands-On Guide to MIS '†’ References '†’ Indexes '†’ Photo Credits/ScreenShots '†’ Glossary