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Return to Book Page. Also take a look at the Table of Contents. Jochem Gietema marked it as to-read Oct 05, No trivia or quizzes yet. Radically Changing Business Landscapes 1. H rated it it was ok May 15, I found the depth of the subjects covered, non-technical style and structure exemplary. This book covers the most of useful topics on the subjects.
Creating Killer Assets 4. The text is not culturally insensitive or offensive.
There is no index or glossary. If you use the versions available at lardbucket http: Open Preview See a Problem? The relevance is both a strength and a weakness gallaubher this textbook.
There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Galaugher addresses most of the major areas covered in and introductory information technology management course. Supplemental content would include the concepts of business analytics, artificial intelligence and security.
Thanks for telling us about the problem. Content is accurate and up-to-date. I really like the modularity infformation this textbook. Why do technology markets often evolve into winner-take-all or winner take-most scenarios?
Reviewed by dzhu iastate. Emily Packer added it Sep 19, How does Spain’s fashion giant Zara, a firm that shuns the sort of offshore manufacturing used by every other popular clothing chain, offer cheap fashions that fly off the shelves, all while achieving growth rates and profit margins that put Gap to shame?
As a matter of fact, the ease by which I could move sections and subsections around was the main reason for my use of this textbook in an e-commerce class despite the fact that the book is written for an introductory information systems course.
Examples illustrating the concepts discussed are consistently boxed in. Informatiob of just stating the facts as most other textbooks do the author provides more of the flavor of how things systfms are in IT.
The images and charts were relevant and added substance and clarity to the content of the text. Examples are from U. I reviewed this book on saylordotorg. The gallauggher structure and organization of the text is excellent. I would not consider using an edition of this textbook that is more than three years old.
Fast Fashion from Savvy Systems 3. Some chapters may require substantive update but the time frame for the updates will vary. Updated yearly with an eye on keeping concepts consistent but examples current, relevant, exciting, and useful. Chapters are consistent and informative clearly stating objectives, reinforcing preceding concepts and new concepts clearly introduced. The book is very modular. It does in fact try to go beyond what other textbooks inflrmation.
Since the subject of this book is recent information technology and the business world, it is a given that some references will have to be updated and changed, the subject area is just changing very quickly. Each chapter has multiple sections.