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AbstractBarry Shore, Professor of Information Systems, has recently been elected to serve as the Associate Dean of the Whittemore School of Business and Economics, the University of New Hampshire. He has worked for Boeing Company, General Electric, Hewlett Packard, and has been a consultant to...
AbstractThis paper reports on a study to examine the information systems (IS) issues perceived as important by Hong Kong (HK) business and IS managers and identify whether these differ greatly from findings in the United Kingdom (UK). In order to do so the study replicates the research study...
AbstractIn a little over two decades, the Federal Express Corporation has grown from a startup in the overnight package delivery business to a $9 billion global leader in the industry. How has FedEx achieved such success? The following case study finds that while leadership in information...
AbstractThe topic of information systems management for global operations is a microcosm of the increasing complexity and rapid change that the 21st century business environment is bringing with it: accelerating globalization, increasing cross-functional dependencies, extensive use of new...
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