Building Successful Information Systems: Five Best Practices to Ensure Organizational Effectiveness and Profitability, Second Edition
Information systems are a critical component of business success today. Unfortunately, many companies do not truly understand what an information system is; where, when, and how it should be implemented; or the effects of integrating it into the organization. As such, we continue to see implementation horror stories of projects run amuck— going over time and over budget—or information systems that never get fully implemented, requiring “work-around” by employees in order to get things done. Sound familiar?
Written especially for C-suite decision makers, this book provides details on how information systems work, and, most importantly, what constitutes successful information systems—ones that work better and last longer. With this understanding, you’ll be able to design, build, and implement information systems that maximize the profitability of the company.