Item description for Information Technology Investment: Decision-Making Methodology by Marc J. Schniederjans, Jamie L. Hamaker & Ashlyn M. Schniederjans...
From the individual to the largest organization, everyone today has to make investments in information technology. Making a good investment that will best satisfy all the necessary decision criteria requires a careful and inclusive analysis. Information Technology Investment: Decision-Making Methodology is a textbook that will provide the understanding of methodologies available to aid in this area of complex, multi-criterion decision-making. It presents a detailed, step-by-step set of procedures and methodologies that readers can use immediately to improve their IT investment decision-making. Unique to this textbook are both financial investment models and more complex decision-making models from management science, so users can extend the analysis benefits to confirm and enhance the ideal IT investment choices.
A complimentary copy of the Instructors Manual and Test Bank and the PowerPoint presentations of the text materials are available for all instructors who adopt this book as a course text.
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Studio: World Scientific Publishing Company
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.1" Width: 6.2" Height: 1" Weight: 1.5 lbs.
Publisher World Scientific Publishing Company
ISBN 9812386955 ISBN13 9789812386953
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More About Marc J. Schniederjans, Jamie L. Hamaker & Ashlyn M. Schniederjans
MARC J. SCHNIEDERJANS is Professor of Management in the College of Business Administration, University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
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Good book about IT investment techniques Feb 18, 2008
This is a good book if you want to learn about the information investment techniques and ideas. The book talks about the various techniques involved in IT investment like NPV (net present value), benefit/cost analysis etc. I have given a 4 star because many times I felt that many topics are not explained very well. All the discussion questions are not very well defined in the book. It also assumes that you have a fair understanding of IT incestments.