Information resource management is too often seen as a domain dominated by technology, or, at best, one in which human considerations are secondary to and dependent on technological systems. This title brings together chapters from Europe, Australasia, Canada and the Americas, all drawn together by the common theme of the book. It will present information management not as technology influenced by people, but as fundamentally a people-centred domain.They explain the advantages of dealing with IS development problems as involving three domains of knowledgeatechnical, meaning objective; personal, meaning lifestyle and ethics; and organisational, meaning social constructions andanbsp;...
|Title||:||Socio-Technical and Human Cognition Elements of Information Systems|
|Publisher||:||IGI Global - 2002-07-01|