Information technology for managers

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INFORMATION
TE C H N O L O G Y FO R
MANAGERS

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INFORMATION
TE C H N O L O G Y FO R
MANAGERS

George W. Reynolds
University of Cincinnati

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Information Technology for Managers

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George W. Reynolds

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Project Variables
What Is Project Management?
Project Management Knowledge Areas
Scope Management
Time Management
Cost Management
Quality Management
Human Resource Management
Communications Management
Risk Management
Procurement Management
Project Integration Management
Chapter Summary
Discussion Questions
Action Memos
Web-Based Case
Case Study
Endnotes

Chapter 4

Business Process and IT Outsourcing

Eli Lilly: Why Managers Get Involved in Outsourcing
What Are Outsourcing and Offshore Outsourcing?
Why Do Organizations Outsource?
Issues Associated with Outsourcing
Planning an Effective Outsourcing Process
Chapter Summary
Discussion Questions
Action Memos
Web-Based Case
Case Study
Endnotes

Chapter 5

Corporate Governance and IT

Harley-Davidson
Why Managers Must Get Involved in IT Governance
What Is IT Governance?
Ensuring that an Organization Achieves Good Value From its Investments in IT
Mitigating IT-Related Risks
Why