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Title Managing strategic enterprise systems and e-government initiatives in Asia : a casebook / edited by Pan Shan-Ling.

Published Singapore : World Scientific, [2004]


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 UniM Store QA  15235    AVAILABLE
Physical description xviii, 160 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
Series Series on innovation and knowledge management ; vol. 1.
Series on innovation and knowledge management ; vol. 1.
Summary This book presents a socio-technical view of strategic information systems issues such as enterprise systems implementation and management, knowledge management, customer relationship management, and e-government initiatives. It contains eight case studies documenting experiences of utilizing enterprise systems and e-government initiatives in organizations and government agencies from Asia-Pacific countries such as Australia, India, Singapore, and South Korea.The book provides regional (Asia-Pacific) coverage highlighting empirical case studies -- involving both private and public organizations -- of strategic information systems practices covering both the developed and developing economies. These in-depth, well-written case materials will be helpful to organizations and government agencies planning to implement enterprise systems and e-government initiatives. These cases can also be beneficial to classroom teaching and discussions.
Other author Pan, Shan-Ling.
Subject Management information systems -- Asia.
Management information systems -- Pacific Area.
Knowledge management -- Asia.
Knowledge management -- Pacific Area.
Internet in public administration -- Asia.
Internet in public administration -- Pacific Area.
ISBN 9812389075 (paperback)