The 2nd Digital Revolution

Andriole (Authored), Stephen J.
Idea Group Inc (IGI), 28.02.2005 - 250 Seiten
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The 2nd Digital Revolution communicates the essence of business technology management in ways that are seldom discussed in public. This is a no-nonsense look at how to optimize a relationship that's been driven more by sellers than buyers, more by hype than substance. This book identifies a unique flash point in history, a point where there are serious problems high project failure rate, remnants of the crash, and persistently low capital IT spending and major opportunities.

The 2nd Digital Revolution tells readers how technologies and business models are converging, and looks at technology and business holistically, arguing that it's no longer possible to think about business or technology without simultaneously thinking about the other. This book offers technology that will take business to the next level.


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The Convergence Conversation Were Finally Ready
The Business Conversation Where Were Going
The Technology Conversation How The World Should Work
The Turf Conversation Who Does What To Whom
The Management Conversation It Still Needs To Make Sense
The Tough Conversation Its Still And Always About People
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Steve Andriole is the Thomas G. Labrecque professor of business at Villanova University. He is formerly the Chief Technology Officer of CIGNA Corporation and Safeguard Scientifics, Inc. He began his career at the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) where his Cybernetics Technology Office funded early work in multimedia, artificial intelligence and simulation. He founded International Information Systems, Inc. (now TechVestCo, Inc.), and co-founded The Technology Innovation Enterprise. In addition to Villanova, where he teaches in the undergraduate Management Information Systems and graduate Executive MBA programs, he has taught at George Mason University, Drexel University and the University of Pennsylvania. Details about his career can be found at [Editor]

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