In this revolutionary age of information systems, this book offers a unified approach to systems management that triggers greater speed of action and increases flexibility and productivity. The book presents system processes joined to computer technology for innovative management of resources for more effective attainment of goals. The traditional foundation of a system's productive power must rest on updated management processes of the system's four elements-natural resources, technology or artificial resources, natural decomposition or specialization, and work integration or exchange. Systems Management weaves through these elements within the context of the ongoing information revolution.I. INTRODUCTION Organizing is the result of, or the process through which the total grouping of functions in a system is ... A system organization does not focus solely on people placement in a structural hierarchy; a persona#39;s wiring diagramanbsp;...
|Author||:||Joseph C. Hassab|
|Publisher||:||CRC Press - 1997-04-01|