Managers Divided. Organisation Politics and Information Technology Management. John Wiley Series in Information Systems

  • ID: 2210677
  • Book
  • 290 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Recent years have seen a radical upheaval in use of IT in the service and financial sectors. The turbulent conditions created by economic deregulation, political re–regulation and privatisation have produced considerable challenges to the effective and efficient management of IT. Managers Divided is concerned with the use and development of IT in commercial organisations. Its particular focus is on the major shifts that are taking place in the management and use of IT in organisations struggling to come to terms with a rapidly changing market and regulatory environments. It examines the deeply political nature of IT management, innovation and change. The authors analyse the shift from a technology–led to a strategic and marketing–led use of IT. They study the use and development of IT through detailed localised studies of management practice that are understood to be influenced by, and have consequences for, broader socio–political, economic, organisational, and technological conditions. Graduates and undergraduates studying corporate and strategic management, management information systems, work and employment gender research, organisation studies and finance will find this book an invaluable asset. Information Systems specialists and practitioners in financial services will find the book a useful source of information.
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Organizational Politics and Theories of Technological Change.

The Social Construction of Technology as Political Process.

Responses to Complexity: Developments in IT Management and Use.

The IS Specialism: Organisation, Development and Culture.

Looking into User Relations.

Business Application Software: Masculinity and the Making of Software.

Building Computer Systems at Pensco: The Pensions Project.

Separate Realities: Pensco′s Different Pensions Projects.

The Politics and Pain of Managing Information Systems.

Constructing Technology Context at Pensco: Systems, Staff and Systems Practices.

The Politics of User Relations: The IS Division.

Conclusion.

References.

Index.
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David Knights
Fergus Murray
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