Information Systems: A Management Approach
Before arriving at Babson College, Dr. Gordon founded and served as President of Beta Principles, Inc.,which developed and marketed accounting software and resold computer hardware. Dr.. Gordon also consulted to the airline industry at Simat, Helliesen & Eichner, Inc. He holds a Ph.D. in Transportation Systems from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Judith R. Gordon Is an Associate Professor of Management in the Carroll School of Management at Boston College and has twice served as chairperson of the department. Dr. Gordon's research and publication interests focus on the career development of women, work-family issues in the workplace, organization change, information systems delivery, and managerial effectiveness. She has regularly presented papers at the Academy of Management meetings and has published articles in such journals as the Academy of Management Executive, Women in Management Review, Human Resource Planning, Information Systems Management, Information & Management, Sloan Management Review, and Academy of Management Review. She is the author of Organizational Behavior: A Diagnostic Approach, Information Systems: A Management Approach and Human Resources Management: A Practical Approach.
Dr. Gordon was the first woman to receive a doctorate from the Sloan School of Management at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. She is Currently a member of the Commission on Institutions of Higher Education of the New England Association of Schools and Colleges.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Information Management in a Global Economy.
Chapter 2: The Organization and Information Management.
Part II: Evaluating Information Technologies.
Chapter 3: Computer Hardware and Software.
Chapter 4: Database Management Systems.
Chapter 5: Telecommunications and Networks.
Part III: Designing Systems for Business.
Chapter 6: Introduction to ECommerce and Ebusiness.
Chapter 7: Functional and Enterprise Systems.
Chapter 8: Management Support and Coordination Systems.
Part IV: Managing the Information Resource.
Chapter 9: Systems Planning, Development, and Implementation.
Chapter 10: Managing the Delivery of Information Services.
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