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"Cases on Information Technology and Organizational Politics and Culture" documents real-life cases describing issues, challenges, and solutions related to information technology, and how it affects organizational politics and culture. The cases included in this book cover a wide variety of topics, such as: an integrated online library resources automation project, IT within a government agency, the politics of information management, and many others. "Cases on Information Technology and Organizational Politics and Culture" provides a much needed understanding of how management can deal with the impact of politics and culture on the overall utilization of information technology within an organization. Lessons learned from these cases are very instrumental in providing a better understanding of the issues and challenges involved in managing information technology, and its impact on organizational politics and cultures.
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