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The Information Paradox By John Thorp

The Information Paradox by John Thorp

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Addresses the issues companies face with IT value as symptoms of a broader business value problem. This book introduces the author's Enterprise Value Management model, which allows decision makers to address IT questions in relation to organizational governance and manage their assets.

The Information Paradox Summary

The Information Paradox by John Thorp

For far too many organizations, investments in information technology (IT) fail to provide equivalent long-term value. Taking an overall organizational governance approach, "The Information Paradox" addresses the issues companies often face with IT value as symptoms of a broader business value problem. Updated to confront current organizational questions and issues, this insightful book introduces the author's Enterprise Value Management model, which allows decision makers to address IT questions in relation to overall organizational governance and manage all of their assets-including information technology-to derive full value from each.

About John Thorp

John Thorp is a vice-president in the Strategic Consulting Practice at Fujitsu Consulting and heads the Center for Strategic Leadership. He is an internationally sought-after management consultant and a frequent speaker internationally with 40 years of experience in information management. He lives in Victoria, B.C., Canada. Fujitsu Consulting is a leading international provider of information technology (IT) services to businesses and public enterprises with offices in the United States, Canada, Asia-Pacific, and Europe.

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GOR002833200
9780070926981
0070926980
The Information Paradox by John Thorp
Used - Very Good
Hardback
McGraw-Hill Education - Europe
2003-11-16
336
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